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Student Life 

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Academics 
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Sports 
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Greeks 
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Organizations 

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Portraits 

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STUDENT LIFE 






First Friday 




AIDS Quilt 



Deno Curris 



Media Review 



Campus News 



Miss Homecoming 



Fads and Fashions 




Sxc4te0teut! 



By Amanda Ellington 



The First Friday Parade was held on 
September 1, 1995, before the first 
football game against Western Carolina. 
Students, Alumni, and Tiger fans from all 
over came to watch the opening weekend 
of Clemson football. 

Sororities participated by building 
floats, and parading them down Highway 
93. This year's float winner was Zeta 
Tau Alpha, with first runner up going to 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, and second 
runner up going to Kappa Delta Sorority. 



The parade concluded with a huge 
pep rally in the amphitheater. 
Cheerleaders and Rally Cats led the 
crowd in cheers, chants, songs, and 
dances to get the crowd in the Clemson 
spirit. The Tiger Band also participated 
in the parade and pep rally playing the 
song that shakes the south land, "Tiger 
Rag." 

Miss First Friday, Nancy Bigby, and 
her fellow contestants were also 
presented at the Pep Rally. 




ABOVE; Robin and Batman were two of 
the many "super heroes" who walked to 
cheer on the opening of the football 
season. 

Tyrone Walker 

RIGHT: First runner up Kappa Kappa 
Gamma roar with excitement as their 
tiger floats behind. 

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The Zeta Tau Alphas were 
abducted by martians on First 
Friday. After being probed 
and observed for one week, 
this sister used her strange 
new powers to propel ZTA to 
victory in the float contest! 



"C-L-E-M-S-O-N!" The first 
Friday Pep Rally pumped up 
the Tigers for the next day's 
victory over the Western 
Carolina Catamounts. 

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The Tiger Cub 
shows everybody 
what's up as he 
rides with these 
beautiful, 
psychedelic 
women. 

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When Nancy Bigby walked 
into her apartment on Thursday 
August thirty-first, she had some 
unexpected news waiting for her. 
Nancy's roommates told her that 
she had just been named Miss First 
Friday She was overwhelmed with 
excitement at receiving this honor 
her senior year. She has taken part 
in First Friday activities since her 
Freshman year. 

Nancy Asbury Bigby is twenty- 
one years old and from Atlanta, 
Georgia. Nancy's major is in 
Marketing and she hopes to 
continue living in the Southeast after 
graduation. Nancy isaZTAand has 
held various positions; she is 
currently the Judicial Chairman. 
Nancy says, 'The support from my 
sisters has been tremendous, and 
the friendships that I have made 
since being there are invaluable." 

Clemson has been a part of 
Nancy's life for a very long time, 
both her father and her sisters 
attended Clemson University. 
Nancy says that she has always felt 
she has been part of the Clemson 
Family This tradition of being part of 
the Clemson is continued by being 

"The weather this year was so perfect 
and everyone seemed really excited 
about this year's football season. 
Walking away from the parade really 
put things into perspective. I was walking 
to the ampitheatre and I felt a flood of 
memories from my years here at 
Clemson come to me, it made me see 
just how important Clemson is in my 
life." ...Nancy Bigby 

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named Miss First Friday 

When asked about who has 
been a major influence in Nancy's 
life, Nancy said that her mother has 
influenced herthe most. "My mother 
instilled qualities in me such as 
enthusiasm which helped me 
prepare for Miss First Friday and 
the attitude that you should always 
do your best at whatever you 
choose, and everything else will fall 
into place," said Nancy Nancy also 
said that every memberofherfamily 
is unique and not just a "cookie 
cutter mold" of everyone else. 

Nancy will also always 
remember this First Friday not only 
for becoming Miss First Friday but 
forthe atmosphere thatsurrounded 
that day Nancy said, 'The weather 
this year was so perfect and 
everyone seemed really excited 



about this year's football season. 
Walking away from the parade really 
put things into perspective. I was 
walking to the amphitheatre and I 
felt a flood of memories from my 
years here at Clemson come to 
me. It made me see just how 
important Clemson is in my life." 

Nancy feels, though, that it is 
time to move on. She is excited 
about graduation but she knows 
that Clemson has prepared her for 
the real world. She gives a lot of 
credit to the school and her friends 
for her accomplishments. Nancy 
adds, "I will miss everyone in my 
Clemson Family and I know that I 
will always come back to Clemson, 
but I leave with the knowledge that 
I will never be able to give back to 
Clemson everything it has given to 
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TOP RIGHT: The 1995 Homecoming Queen, 
Cathrine Collins, was crowned at Tigerama. 
Her court looks on as she waves to the crowd. 

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RIGHT: The Tiger gets ready for a complete 
breakfast by pouring out these tasty "Tarheel 
Flakes." The football team must have done 
the same: they ate up the Tarheels before 
they had a chance to get soggy. 

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The 1995 Homecoming was a rain 
filled week of activities. It all began on 
Monday night with the Miss Homecoming 
Pageant. Fourteen girls representing 
different organizations competed against 
each other for the Miss Homecoming 
title. The winner was Catherine Collins, 
representing Delta Delta Delta. 

On Tuesday at 12 noon, 
organizations were able to begin 
designing their floats. The forty-eight 
hour process began in the pouring rain, 
with the organizations moving quickly to 
finish on time. Bowman Field became a 
pit of muck as the week progressed. The 




rain drenched the field to the point tha 
when it was stepped on, people's shoes 
sunk in the mud. Through all the hard 
work, once again the winner of the float 
building contest was FCA. 

Due to the rainy week, Tigerama 
was moved inside to Littlejohn Coliseum. 
In the tradition of Tigerama, entertaining 
skits were performed by organizations. 
The winner of the skits was the 
Presbyterian Student Association. 

The fireworks were set off after 
Tigerama while Clemson spirit filled the 
air. Preparations for the game were 
underway. Students celebrated 
throughout the night, right up until game 
time. 

Clemson beat North Carolina 17 - 
1 0. At half time, the Homecoming Queen 
and her court were presented to the 
student body with thunderous applause. 




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Presbyterian Student Association show 
theireagernessforthe Clemson Football 
Team to go to a bowl game by presenting 
their first place skit during Tigerama. 

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By Carla Lapsley 



Catherine Collins, a Speech 
and Communications major, was 
crowned Homecoming Queen 
for the 1995- 96 school year. 
She wasajuniorfrom Lancaster, 
South Carolina. 

Catherine represented her 
sorority. Delta Delta Delta, in the 
Homecoming Pageant. Along 
with Delta Delta Delta, Catherine 
was President of Blue Key , an 
honor fraternity which puts on 
the Homecoming activities. 
Being a member of both 
organizations was difficult during 
the Homecoming week because 
of the hustle of changing the 
location of Tigerama due to 
weather conditions. Between 
organizing the activities and also 
being a part of the competition. 



Catherine was relieved when 
everything went off as a success. 
Little did she ever expect that 
she would actually become Miss 
Homecoming. 

Catherine Collins' first 
reaction to being crowned queen 
was surprise. She neverthought 
she would be on the 
Homecoming Court let alone 
being the queen. It was a 
wonderful ending to a perfect 
week. "I was on the edge and 
nervous all week with all of the 
work I had to do - there was a 
wave of relief when it was all 
over," commented Catherine. 

In the past, Catherine has 
always known members of the 
court - whether it be a sorority 
sister or a friend. The 



Homecofliing Queen has always 
represented tradition to 
Catherine. She felt honored to 
be a part of the Clemson tradition 
and Alumni support. 

Along with Catherine's busy 
life as Homecoming queen, 
being a member of Delta Delta 
Delta and Blue Key, she was 
also actively involved with other 
organizations. Some of these 
included Order of Omega, 
Alumni Council, and ODK. She 
was also a Clemson 
Ambassador for the summer. 

One thing Catherine 
believed in was always giving 
100% in everything she does. 
That was how she was able to 
be so successful in all of her 
activities. 




"I was on the edge and nervous all week 
with all of the work I had to do - there 
was a wave of relief when it was all 
over." ...Catherine Colins 

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Tammica Pixley, a junior 
from Greenville, South Carolina, 
was crowned Miss Clemson 
University. Tannmica was an 
English Communications major 
who had become interested in 
the pageant during her 
Freshman year. 

During her Sophomore year, 
she attended the interest 
meetings, but was slightly 
discouraged because she had 
no prior experience in pageants. 
Due to difficulties, Tammica had 
thoughts of dropping out of the 
contest, but in the end she had 
decided to stick with it. 

"It is a wonderful experience, 
I love it. To be honest, I really 




don't want to have to give it up," 
commented Tammica. 

When the winner of the 
contest was announced, 
Tammica had to look down to 
see what her number was. To 
her great surprise it was the 
number called. She was filled 
with an extreme feeling of shock 
and happiness; she couldn't 
believe she had won. 

In being Miss Clemson, 
Tammica also contributed 
towards volunteerwork. Before 
becoming Miss Clemson, she 
volunteered at a number of 
nonprofit organizations in 
Greenville. Once word got out 



of Miss Clemson volunteering 
at these organizations, there 
was a noticeable increase in 
volunteers. 

Along with being Miss 
Clemson, Tammica was also a 
Resident Assistant, aTiger Paw, 
a member of IPTAY Student 
Advisory Board, Tiger, Black 
Alumni Council, Women's 
Council, and FCA. 

Tammica felt that the entire 
reason she won the pageant 
was because of herfaith in Jesus 
Christ. She put him first in her 
life, and felt that he had a 
purpose for her in becoming 
Miss Clemson. 



"It is a wonderful experience, I love it. 
To be honest , I really don't want to have 
to give it up." Tammica Pixley 

Photograph by Tyrone Walker 




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President Constantine Curris has quite an educational background. He received his 
Bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Kentucky. He also got his Master's 
degree in political science from the University of Illinois and his Doctorate of education from the 
University of Kentucky. He was received at Clemson with open arms. Former President Phil 
Prince said, "We now have a leader.. .who I think can unite the Clemson family." Here is how 
Curris responded to some interview questions: 

TAPS: What are the other schools in which you have been an administrator? 

Curris: Before coming to Clemson, I was President of the University of Northern Iowa for 
11 years. I was also President of Murray State University, Vice President and Dean of Faculty 
at West Virginia Institute of Technology, Dean of Student Personnel Programs at Marshall 
University, Director of Academic Programs with the West Virginia Board of Education, and 
Professor of Public Policy at University of Northern Iowa. 

TAPS: How is Clemson different from these schools? 

Curris: All of the schools have similarities, but Clemson's history and traditions make it like 
no other. 

TAPS: What were you expecting Clemson to be like when you came here? 

Curris: I knew a lot about Clemson from reading about the university, so I knew what to 
expect. 

TAPS: What are your goals for Clemson in the future? 

Curris: I want to fulfill an even higher degree of excellence at the university. 

TAPS: If there were three things that you could change about the university, what would they 
be and why? 

Curris: If I could, I would increase state funding for education, increase the amount of land 
that Clemson has so that we could build more facilities, and give Clemson a higher profile 
nationally. 

TAPS: How do you feel Clemson compares to other land grant institutions? 

Curris: Clemson University is one of the key land grant colleges that is on the cusp of 
change. 

TAPS: What is your favorite part of Clemson's campus? 

Curris: I really like the view from the top floor of the Clemson House. 

TAPS: Do you have a certain philosophy that you bring with you to work each day and if so, 
what is it? 

Curris: I do not have a certain philosophy, I just give it my best each day. 

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By John Kwist and Mandy King|/ 

On September eighth, a parade of highly by handing Curris the will of Thomas Green 
intelligent people entered the Brooks Center to Clemson. Britton charged Curris to always ask 
honor the new president, Constantino William the question, "What would Thomas Clemson do 
Curris. The procession weaved its way through in this event?" After the will, Trustee Thomas 
the amphitheater, the library, and to the new McTeer delivered the Act ofAcceptance to Curris 
foundation of the Brooks Center. The music which confirmed the presidency of Clemson 
played, and the march of highly distinguished University. Finally, the chain that symbolizes a 
people in caps and gowns entered the theater, link between the presidency and the University 
This walk of representatives from across the was placed around Curris' neck by Trustees 
nation symbolized the passage of higher Allen Wood and Louis Lynn, 
education at Clemson. The crowd rose to its President Curris' acceptance of the 
feet, and the new vision started to shine in presidency of Clemson University sparked 
Clemson students' eyes because they could not motivation and vision among the people in 
believethatsuch a vast amount of representation attendance. He not only responded to the 
was there to honor a new dream. dignified and emotional ceremony, but he also 
The ceremony began with a letter from set out an agenda for what he hoped to be a new 
Senator Strom Thurmond stating with confidence vision forthe entire University. The plan consisted 
that Curris would meet the needs of Clemson not so much of things that he wanted to 
University. Next, the Honorable Lt. Governor accomplish, but rather five major commitments 
Robert Peeler, a graduate of Clemson, spoke forthe University to undertake as a whole. Those 
aboutthehistoryof Clemson, and how Clemson points are: Giving the highest priority to the 
will flourish with a new foundation. Mr. Cecil L. learning experience, reaffirming Clemson's land- 
McCaskill and Mr. R. Thornwell Dunlap Jr. spoke grant responsibilities of teaching, research, and 
on behalf of the Staff and Alumni at Clemson, extension, building Clemson as a national 
respectively. The voice of the students was university, rekindling the covenant between 
represented by Mr. J. Reid Rucker, the student Clemson and the people of South Carolina, and 
body president. He emphasized the fact that placing a great deal of value on community. 
Clemson isadreamandavisionthatstrengthens Through these five points. President Curris 
our lives and the people around us. Rucker also affirmed the hopes of many people; giving 
stated that the students would help Curris everybody the sense of direction and pride that 
empower and continue the success of the a university so desperately lacks when going 
University. Finally, Mr. Ashby B. Bodine II, through a transitional period. The winds of 
President of the Faculty Senate, represented the change blew throughout Clemson University on 
faculty in welcoming Curris. After the speakers, that day, and with the support of an entire family, 
the investiture began the rituals to honor the new President Curris pledged his dedication to a 
leader. refreshed institution; ready to take on the twenty- 
Trustee John Britton started the presentation first century. 



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LEFT: President Curris and his sister 
pose for the camera. The University chain 
hanging from his neck symbolizes a link 
with the institution. 

Photograph by Tyrone Walker 

BOTTOM LEFT: Trustee Louis Lynn 
confers with colleagues about the stoic 
ceremony. 

Photograph by Tyrone Walker 

BOTTOM RIGHT: Lieutenant Governor 
Bob Peeler receives praise for his 
humorous and moving speech 

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On August 30, 1995, the AIDS 
Memorial quilt was unveiled in the 
Palmetto Ballroom. It would be on display 
for the next four days, a time which 
would allow many students and others 
to be touched by the sorrow and 
celebration that these panels 
represented. The quilt was begun in 
June of 1 987 in San Fransico by a group 
of friends who had lost too many of their 
friends and colleagues to AIDS and AIDS 
related illnesses. Between 1980 and 
1 987, San Fransico lost over 1 000 of its 
residents to the mysterious killer known 
as AIDS. Cleve Jones, one of the 
founders of the quilt wished to "take all of 
our individual experiences, and stitch 
them together to make something that 
had strength and beauty." The quilt was 
displayed for the first time on October 
11, 1987. On the Capitol Mall in 
Washington, D.C., approximately two 
thousand panels were laid out in memory 
of friends and family that had lost the 
battle with AIDS. Today, over 28,000 
panels are on display all over the world. 
More than three million people have 
viewed the quilt, and it has been the 
catalyst to help raise over $1,400,000 
for the fight against AIDS. 

It was impossible not to be 
overwhelmed by the emotion present in 
the Palmetto Ballroom where the quilt 
was displayed. The panels were all 
uniquely different, just as each person 
affected by this disease. Some panels 
were simple and some were incredibly 
ornate, but all were beautiful. Each one 
represented the memories and lost 



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dreams of the families and friends who 
had created the panel. Although these 
panels represent lost dreams, they were 
created in hopes that the dream for a 
cure would never die until the day the 
quilt was completed. Many of the panels 
had rainbows on them as a symbol for a 
brighter tomorrow. Many had hands 
folded in prayer and many others 
displayed hearts as a symbol of eternal 
love. Also, many had photographs of 
the person being remembered imprinted 
on them. This was very striking because 
these panels did not just simply 
represent. They were real people who 
had real hopes and dreams. Its was 
hard not to wonder why so many people 
had to die. How could one tiny virus kill 
so many people? One of the goals of the 
AIDS quilt is to increase public 
awareness of the AIDS epidemic and 
HIV prevention. The quilt was created in 
hopes that one day, there will be no 
more panels to be sewn into the quilt 
and that there will be no reason to raise 
money for AIDS awareness. The quilt 
was created in the memory of those who 
died, but it was also created in hopes 
that those who view it will be inspired to 
join the fight against AIDS all over the 
world. 

One day, this project will be complete. 
The mission will be accomplished and 
the epidemic of AIDS will be no longer. 
Until this day, we must all join the fight 
until the battle is won. It is not an 
impossible dream and the quilt 
exemplifies this hope. It is only 
impossible if we do not dare to dream. 





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LEFT: The quilts, on display in the Palmetto 
Ballroom, celebrate the lives of those who have 
lost their battles with AIDS. 

Brooke Taylor 

ABOVE: People were made aware of the impact 
that AIDS has had on not only those affected by 
the disease, but also their loved ones who are left 
behind. 

Brooke Taylor 



Sceneries of lives gone by- 
etched and defined by representable 

patterns — 
bonded by threads of unconditional 

love; 

fabrics of different shades and colors 

to seek individuality; 

criss-crossed stitching to create a 

whole from the pieces... 

we seek to understand and appreciate 

others for the person within; 

like a well-bonded quilt 

so the friendship of those for which it 

was created will never end... 

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When students came 
back to school, they learned 
many things. One of which 
included cooking-whether it was 
in an apartment or dorm kitchen, 
many students chose not to 
have a meal plan. 

Students cooked a variety 
of meals. They cooked anything 
from spaghetti to steak, 
depending on their individual 
tastes. Some students chose to 
have dinner parties, or at least 
cook in groups. It was much 
easier to cook for groups then it 
was to cook for one. 

Along with the labor of 
preparing meals, came the 



drudgery of grocery shopping. 
Many students flocked to the 
everpopularWinn Dixiefortheir 
grocery needs. The new Winn 
Dixie was much more than just 
a grocery store. It was also a 
place to grab a snack while you 
shop.The new style store had a 
place to buy coffee, ice cream, 
salads and sandwiches. It also 
included a dining area for 
customers to sit and relax. 

For those who felt cooking 
every night was a hassle, there 
was always takeout. Students 
kept Papa John's and Canton 
Express busy throughout the 
year. 



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importance of label reading. Label 
reading was common in this health 
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It's 7:30 on April 9, 1 995 and out walks Billy 

Joel in a Harley Jacket and Elton John in a shiny 

pink suit, while tnHrowd was roaring in Death 

Valley. After grbeting the crowd both musicians 

sat down and it \^as time to go "Face to Face" as 

., Joel and John began dueling at the grand pianos. 

eJJ The first song that they played after the duel 

was "Your Song," which was written by Elton 

■■•••flBflh, in which they each took a different verse to 

sing. Joel and John continued this for a few more 

* songs. As darkness fell on Death Valley the 

r crowd was amazed that both rock legends were 

^^ on stage together singing their favorite songs. 

^t ^ Joel walked off stage while John continued 

I' ^ to sing sopoe of his legendary songs along with 
' . some of todayis bits. One of Elton John's first 
• songs ^i^Skiiis dedication to Marlyn Monroe, 

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,. igs such as, "I Guess That'^ 
Why TITey Call It The Blues," "Don't Let The Sun 
Go Do\|p Ojlji/le," and his cover of The Who's 
"Pinbain/\fizard," echoing through the aJgPium. 

Some of the most memorable 
Elton John sang were, "Can You Fee.. . 
Tonight,""Philade lphja F reedom," andiitj 
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awesome light show. The lights shined through 
the stadium and kept beat with the song. Elton 



John and Billy Joel decided to perform one of 
each other's songs. Elton John picked Joel's, 
"New York State of Mind." John said he picked 
this song because it was what New York meant 
to him. Elton John ended his part of the show 
with two of his latest hits, "Believe" and "Made In 
England." 

After a short intermission in which everyone 
was anticipating Billy Joel's arrival he walked out 
on stage and the crowd went crazy. Joel was 
certainly in a mood that let him have fun with the 
crowd. Joel sang some of the crowds favorites 
such as, "Allentown," "Big Shot," and "River of 
Dreams." Then the fun really started when Joel 
got up 5nd played \^h the crowd while dancing 
to, "We Didn't Start the Fire," "It's Still Rock and 



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tonight." Finally Billy Joel and 

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LEFT: Elton John and Billy 
Joel meet mid-stage to 
congratulate each other on 
a successful performance. 
Each respects the other's 
talent and ambition. 

Photograph by Tyrone 



Walker 

BOTTOM LEFT: Elton John 
glows in the spotlight, 
something he is use to after 
his many years performing. 
Photograph by Tyrone 
Walker 



BOTTOM RIGHT: Shadows 
envelop Billy Joel as he 
begins an emotional rendition 
of one of his songs. The 
feeling Joel puts in his music 
has won him many fans. 
Photograph by Jake Hester 




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On Thursday, April 20th, at 
7:30, Littlejohn Coliseum 
hosted country singer, John 
Michael Montgomery. The 
opening acts for Montgomery 
were The Tractors and Hal 
Ketchum. The opening band, 
The Tractors, sang their hit 
"Boogie Woogie Choo-Choo 
Train" as the crowd cheered 
and sang along. The next act, 
Hal Ketchum, sang some of 
his recent hits such as, "Small 
Town Saturday Night" and "I 
Know Where Love Lies." 

After Hal Ketchum left the 
stage, preparations were made 
for the headline act of the 
evening. The crowd began to 
get anxious as the lights started 
to go out. John Michael 
Montgomery appeared on a 
platform in the middle of the 
stage in a big cloud of smoke. 
He was dressed in blue-jeans, 
cowboy boots and hat, a tee- 
shirt, and a black leather jacket. 
The crowd cheered as he 
began playing. "Be My Baby 
Tonight," "Beer and Bones," 
and, "Life's A Dance" got the 



By playing the guitar, Montgomery 
shows that his talent just does not lie in 
his voice. 

Photograph by Jimmy Caldwell 

crowd pumped up while "I 
Swear,""RopetheMoon,""ICan 
Love You Like That," and "I Love 
the Way You Love Me" melted 
the hearts of all the women in 
the crowd. Much to the delight 
of the fans, Montgomery moved 
around the stage so everyone 
could see the show. There were 
also two big screens on either 
side to help the people far from 
the stage. During the love 
songs, he would walk across 
the speakers that were placed 
in front of the stage so the fans 
could get a good look at him. He 
also performed a cover of the 
Bob Soger hit "Turn the Page." 
The song "Dream On Texas 
Ladies," in which he substituted 
South Carolina ladies for Texas 
ladies, made the fans go wild. 
To finish up the evening, 
Montgomery sang "Sold," from 
his new album. Many fans tried 
to gain access to the backstage 
area to meet the singer, hopeful 
for an autograph. The concert 
was a treat for all John Michael 
Montgomery fans around the 
upstate. 

By Jenna Baker, Michelle 
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BELOW: Montgomery never forgets all 
the help and support his band gives him 
and together the two put on an incredible 
performance. 

Photograph by Jimmy Caldwell 

« 

BOTTOM: Montgomery extends his 
hand to his fans as he sing, "I Love the 
Way You Love Me." 

Photograph by Jimmy Caldwell 




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The Carolina Panthers agreed to play their inaugural 
season in Clemson's Memorial Stadium while their new 
stadium was being constructed in Charlotte. This marked the 
first time that the NFL had come to Tigertown. 

On September 3, the Panthers came up short in the first 
regular season game in their history. They lost to the Atlanta 
Falcons 23-20 in the Georgia Dome on a Morten Anderson 
field goal in overtime. 

Carolina stunned the Falcons as well as the crowd when 
Willie Green hauled in a 44-yard touchdown pass from Frank 
Reich with 26 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to force 
the extra period. 

Two weeks later, on September 1 7, over 50,000 fans 
attended the Panthers' first-ever home game, only to see the 
St. Louis Rams capitalize on turnovers and roll to a 31-10 
victory. 

Carolina was plagued by turnovers all day as the 
quarterbacks threw five interceptions. Carolina fumbled three 
times, with two resulting in turnovers. 

Two weeks later, the Panthers gave No. 1 draft pick Kerry 
Collins his first start at quarterback. The move, for the moment, 
was not helpful. Carolina's 20-1 3 loss to Tampa Bay featured 
four Panthertumovers inside the Buccaneers' 35-yard line.The 
contest capped a two-game stretch in which the expansion 
Panthers had 1 1 turnovers and failedto take the ball awayfrom 
their opponents once. 

On October 8, the Panthers came a bit closer to their goal 
with a 31 -27 loss at Chicago. The Panthers had solid chances 
to win the game against the Bears, but blew leads of 1 0-7, 20- 
17 and 27-24. 

Finally, a week later, on the strength of several key 
defensive plays, the Carolina Panthers cruised to a 26-12 
victory in front of a crowd of 52,61 3. This was their first win of 
the season and the first win in Panthers' history. 

"It's a relief to get that first win under your belt," said 
Panther head coach Dom Capers. The key play was an 



By Mike McCombs 



interception of a Bubby Bristershovel pass by Sam Mills, which 
was returned 36 yards for a touchdown giving the Panthers a 
one point lead at the end of the first half. 

Two weeks later, on October 29, they became the first 
expansion team to win three straight games, beating the New 
England Patriots 20-1 7 on John Kasay's 29-yard field goal at 
7:08 of overtime. Collins completed 25-of-45 passes for 309 
yards, two touchdowns and one interception. 

The Panthers tied the NFL record, matched this year by 
Jacksonville, of three wins as an expansion team. They also 
got their first road win against their third straight struggling 
opponent after beating the New York Jets and New Orleans at 
home. 

On November 5, the Panthers shocked the football worid 
by pulling off a 1 3-7 upset of the defending Worid Champion 
San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park. The loss helped 
Dallas pry the playoff home-field advantage from the Niners. 

On December 3, the Panthers bested the Indianapolis 
Colts 1 3-1 on the strength of a smothering defense and a 38- 
yard John Kasay field goal with only 12 seconds remaining. 
They moved to 6-7. 

Capers was pleased with the fans' enthusiasm and 
support. 

"We are starting to like playing here at Clemson," said 
Capers. "It's beginning to feel more like home. The fans got into 
the game and they are great. We were happy to give them 
something to cheer about. " 

On December 1 0, the San Francisco 49ers came back for 
revenge, defeating the Panthers badly in front of a sellout 
crowd in Death Valley. The next Sunday, the Panthers defeated 
the Falcons at home to open the possibility of a .500 season. 

It was not to be, however. The Redskins defeated the 
Panthers the next weekatR.F.K. Stadium in Washington, D.C. 
The Panthers did, however, set the mark for the best record by 
a first-year expansion team as they finished the season with a 
7-9 record. 



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CLEMSON 




TOP: The new watermark logo give 
all official mail a clean professional 
look. 

ABOVE: The tiger roars o'er the 
mountains showing the spirit found 
at Clemson. 

RIGHT: The new logo is a complete 
change from the "flaming" Clemson 
University logo. 




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Changing the School Seal 

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With the restructuring of Clemson University's wordmark is that it is printable as a two-color 

colleges and the investiture of a new president, letter head of which purple and orange will be the 

there seemed to be a need to change Clemson main colors. Even though many people voiced 

University's image as reflected in it's wordmark concern over the change in logo due to the 

and seal. The effort to change Clemson's logo excess stock of stationary, they were advised to 

began long ago as a simple survey of the faculty, use existing letterheads until May 1 , 1 996. At this 

staff ,and students of Clemson University. Those time, the area code would be changed from 803 

surveyed were asked to describe in words the to 864 and the existing letterhead would at that 

image that they thought Clemson should portray time become obsolete, 
to the public. Words such as traditional, family, To publicize the new logo, the University 

proud, and beautiful came to mind. From this decided to build a float during the 1995 

survey, over fifty concepts for a new image were homecoming activities. Rusty Guill, faculty 

generated. These fifty concepts became only advisor to Phi Kappa Tau, informed the fraternity 

three and were subjected to open evaluation in that the university needed help with this project. 

Julyof 1995. The "Clemson University" wordmark Although some of faculty helped to build the 

and seal were chosen to replace the CU flame frame, the thirty-nine brothers of Phi Kappa Tau 

logo and the growling tiger perched upon the completed the project which spanned three 

rock was chosen for its appeal to a younger sect, complete days and nights. Tom Aten, leader of 

During the entire selection and production the project, stated, "We enjoyed doing it and had 

process, two main objectives were identified in a lot of fun." Clemson University certainly enjoyed 

order to produce the most desirable logo. The the publicity. 

first objective was to simply create an image Clemson University has endured many 

which would consistently identify Clemson changes during this eventful year, but this may 

University in an effort to build name recognition, be the most noticeable change. The CU-Flame 

In addition to creating a central image, the logo logo will no longer identify Clemson University, 

chosen was to allow flexibility through its As we move into the 21st century, Clemson 

coordinated use with subordinate icons. continues its fight to be a leader. This is definitely 

Another important feature of the Clemson a step in the right direction. 



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On January 9, 1996, a new service 
was available to Clemson area students 
and residents. The Clennson Area Transit 
system took over the outdated shuttle 
bus system which only transported 
students on campus. The purpose of 
the new transit system is transport 
students efficiently on campus and in 
the surrounding areas of Clemson. The 
new bus system was hailed as a success 
during its first week of service. The 
system was used by 9,880 students 
during the inaugural week. The City of 
Clemson expected approximately thirty- 
thousand riders each month, which is 
certainly more than the campus shuttle 
bus system transported. The newtransit 
system traveled to such places as the 
Winn-Dixie Plaza, many of the off- 
campus apartments, and the local 
businesses downtown. 

With any new system, the Clemson 
Area Transit received a few complaints 
from riders and downtown merchants. 
Some students complained of the buses 
not arriving on schedule and the 



Clemson Center, which is one of 
Clemson's largest shopping centers was 
inadvertently left off of the schedule of 
routes. Also, many students requested 
that the buses run to the downtown bars 
and restaurants and have extended 
hours during the weekends. Also 
many students were confused or 
unaware of the new schedule after they 
had just figured out the routes of the 
shuttle buses last semester. 

In concurrence with the regulation of 
the American Disabilities Act, all buses 
were equipped with wheelchair lifts and 
were completely wheelchair accessible. 
This was a welcomed relief to many 
riders. The Clemson AreaTransit system 
was the first public transportation to be 
implemented in South Carolina in the 
past ten years, and along with the 
rampant changes occurring at Clemson 
University, there could be no better place. 
Just another way for Clemson to be the 
best of the best. 



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By Emily McDaniel 



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ABOVE: Students load the bus at stops located 
throughout campus and downtown. The busses 
transported both students and non-students to 
local businesses and stops around campus. 
Photograph by Ryan Linn 

LEFT: Although the wait for a bus can 
sometimes be a little longer than expected, 
student still find the convenience and ease of 
the new transporting system well worth the 
wait. 

Photograph by Ryan Linn 



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By John Kwist 



"So long as the game of football 
helps to make better men, stronger in 
body, more active in mind, men with 
energy, enthusiasm, and indomitable 
personal courage. ..so long as in all these 
ways the best interests of theirs and 
other colleges are advanced, and the 
course of education aided in its highest 
mission, which is to make the best 
men out of the material at 
hand. ..long may the game of 
football live and prosper." — 
Spoken by Professor W. M 
Riggs, 1899 

While those 

seemingly ancient words 
sound strange to today's 
ears, the message 
threading its way through 
is something that the 
organization of IPTAY 
still clings to, even if the 
concept of collegiate 
athletics has evolved into 
a major industry. 
According to IPTAY's original 
constitution, her mission was, "to provide 
annual financial support to the athletic 
department at Clemson, and to assist in 
every way possible to regain for Clemson 
the high athletic standing which rightfully 
belongs to her." Founded in 1 933 by Dr. 
Rupert "Rube" Fike, IPTAY (an acronym 




The original seal of the IPTAY Society 



for I Pay Ten A Year) was, and is to this 
day, a ground-breaking establishment 
in the area of financial support for 
athletics at the college level. In the early 
years — depression years — IPTAY 
collected 1 62 pledges totalling $1 623.70; 
a substantial amount considering the 
times. However, in the next few years, 
IPTAY would flourish throughout the 
state with contributions totalling 
near the $50,000 mark by the late 
forties. Another milestone 
would be reached in 1972: 
the first year IPTAY would 
reach the $500,000 
mark. Continued growth 
quickly established 
IPTAY as being the top 
fund-raiser for college 
athletics. IPTAY 

became, "the first 
athletic organization in 
the country to top the 
two, three, then four 
million dollar marks in 
annual donations, and in 1983, the first 
to top the five million dollar mark." 

In recent years, IPTAY has branched 
out from the original organization in an 
effort to encompass a wider range of 
Clemson clientele. These newer 
organizations include ISAB (the IPTAY 
Student Advisory Board), and The Tiger 



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Cub Club. These organizations cater to the 
student body, and to Clemson's youngest fans 
respectively. The Orange and White . IPTAY's 
official publication, chronicles the events of the 
three major organizations as well as providing 
the most comprehensive coverage of Clemson 
athletics anywhere. 

IPTAY has become a tangible example of 
Clemson's devotion to athletics. It is as much of 
a presence on campus as anything else, but to 
the countless young men and women that have 
benefited from this superior program, it is much 
more than just a presence. It means walking into 
Vickery Hall to study with a private tutor or to 
work in a high-tech computer lab. It means being 
provided with financial aid at a school where, for 
most people, money is a real issue. But most of 
all, it means running down the hill, onto the court, 
or into the pool. 

When questioned about the keys to the 
success of IPTAY, Joe Turner replied with this 
succinct, yet very truthful answer: "People with 
pride who want the best for their university." 





Dr. Rupert H. Fike, IPTAY's first 
president 




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ABOVE: Tine current Tiger Cub 
Club Logo 

LEFT: University President Bob 
Edwards, Athletic Director Bill 
McLellan, IPTAY President 
Carroll Atkinson, and ACC 
Football official and IPTAY 
member Gil Rushton announce 
the firsttime IPTAY reached the 
$500,000 mark in 1972. 



The articles and pictures con- 
tained In this story were taken 
from IPTAY: The First Fifty 
Years by Harper S. Gault and 
others, copyright 1984 by 
IPTAY, Clemson University. 



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If given the chance to see past events and possibly change 

occurrences, what would you do? That was one of the questions 

raised in the play The Illusion. The play was staged by the Clemson 

Players at the black box of the Hendrix Center for the Performing 

Arts. 

The story centers around Pridamont's visit to Alcandre, a sorcerer, 

for the purpose of seeing what Theogenes, his estranged son, has 

been involved with since leaving home several years earlier. Theogenes 

had been quite busy since his departure, wooing two women: Melibea, the 

daughter of Geronte (a rich man) and the other, Elicia, her handmaid. 

Theogenes, throughout the play, changes names as he moves from 
place to place and from job to job, first working as a page for the conqueror 
Matamore who is also trying to seduce Melibea. 

Many humorous turns took place as Elicia plots to punish Theogenes 
for his indiscretions. 

The play becomes dramatic when Florilame, the 

chief suitor of Melibea, discovers her affection for 

Theogenes. A duel ensues and Florilame 

is killed by Theogenes. 

_^^^ Pridamont becomes outraged 

when he sees that his son was to be 

killed for the murder and is 

saddened by the way that he had 

treated his son. As the execution 

draws nearer, the conniving 

handmaid devises a plan to release Theogenes in 

exchange for the rich daughter's fortune. When he is 

released, he immediately chooses who he assumes is 

the still wealthy daughter of Geronte-who sentenced 

him to death-only to discover that she is now as poor 

as the handmaid after she gave her entire fortune for 

his release. 

The son remains with the now poor Melibea, both 

having changed their names as they set out to start 

a new life as paupers. Unfortunately, Theogenes is 

unaccustomed to being poor and soon pursues 

affairs with the wife of his rich employer. The play 

ends with the two living together, but both are 

unhappy. The father who was previously 

distraught for his only child, leaves the sorcerer 

to return home without pursuing his son. 





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ABOVE: Theogenes 
and Florilame duel for 
the hand of Melibea. 
Theogenes is 

imprisoned when he 
murders the prince in 
the duel. 

Photograph by 
Tyrone Walker 

LEFT: Pridamont looks 
into the past as the 
magician Alcandre 
works his magic. The 
play employed exciting 
pyrotechnics to draw 
the audience into the 
story. 

Photograph by 
Tyrone Walker 

LEFT: Theogenes 

pledges his undying 

love for Melibea while 

Elicia looks on in anger. Much of the play revolved around a plot 

by the handmaid to exact revenge on the couple. 

Photograph by Tyrone Walker 




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The poet: a person who describes his native 
countryside as "hills upon hills; like a basket of 
eggs," a person who has the ability to talk about 
the problems of the world by giving eclectic 
details such as foreigners planting plum trees — 
a minuscule, yet significant detail that makes 
grasping the reality of a tragic situation that much 
easier. This is Paul Muldoon. A man who has an 
overwhelming artistic presence, and yet, talks to 
you as if you were his best friend. He came to 
Clemson on October 5, 1 995, bringing with him 
a pocketful of poems and a few thoughts about 
the state of his spent country. Saying that 
"Ireland's best export is her people," pretty much 
summed up his forgivable frustrations over a 
country that seems to dare progress even after 
centuries of pain. In an afternoon symposium, 
as well as entertaining questions, Muldoon dis- 
cussed his frustrations, his pride in heritage, and 
his life. In the evening, he held a reading at the 
Strom Thurmond Institute, giving the audience a 
comprehensive look at his style, even though he 
spent a great deal of time focusing on his most 
recent works. Many of the poems focused on the 
birth of his daughter, many on his dog, and more 
still on his skewed, yet comprehensive take on 
life. At a time when politics, law, and "the system" 
seem more corrupt than ever, Paul Muldoon 
provides us with a fresh voice; it renews us with 
a sense encouragement in these troubled times. 



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"Oscar" < 


Be that as it may, I'm wakened by the moans 


not of the wind 


, 


nor the wood-demons 


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but Oscar MacOscair, 


as we call the hound 


who's wangled himself I 


into our bed: 'Why?' 


'Why not?' 



He lies between us like an ancient quoof 
with a snout of perished gutta- 
percha, and whines at something on the roof. 

I'm suddenly mesmerized 

by what I saw only today: a pair of high heels 

abandoned on the road to Amherst. 

And I've taken off, over the towns of Keady 
and Aughnacloy and Caledon- 
Et In A read in- 
to a grave lit by acetylene 
in which, though she preceded him 
by a good ten years, my mother's skeleton 
has managed to worm 
its way back on top of the old man's, 
and she once again has him under her thumb. 



Poem and Artwork from: 

The Annals of Chili (Poems) 

by Paul Muldoon 

Noonday Press, New York 

Copyright 1994 



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ABOVE: Students as a local bar enjoy 
eating pizza and drinking their favorite 
beverages. 

Photograph by Kerri Covington 

RIGHT: A car that was driven by a 
drunk driver sat on Bowman Field to 
remind students of the deadly effects of 
mixing drinking and driving. 

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Alcohol is a widespread problem 
among college campuses all over the 
nation. To combat this dilemma Alcohol 
Awareness Week was held at Clemson 
University during the week of October 
15-20, 1995. 

The awareness week was a way to 
inform everyone of the dangers of 
alcohol. Activities were provided for 
students as well as faculty to show 
how people can have a good time 
, without using alcohol. This week was 
also kicked off by a mocktail mixer 
held in the Palmetto Ballroom on 
Sunday, October 15. 

Fraternities and sororities 
participated by providing alternative 
nonalcoholic drinks which were judged 
in a competition. Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity won for the best drink by a 
fraternity and Delta Gamma Sorority 
was the winner for the sororities. 

Monday was Red Ribbon Day in 
which red ribbons were worn in support 
of low-risk drinking. Monday also 
included a brown bag lunch in which 



faculty, staff, and students were invited 
to find out how alcohol advertisements 
influence our lives. A Walk for Life was 
also held in front of the library. 

Tuesday's events included a 
create your own tie-dye t-shirt 
and students also enjoyed 
milk and cookies in the 
fraternity quad by 
moonlight. 

Wednesday was 
Beer for Bread Day; 
students, faculty, and 
staff were asked to 
donate their daily or 
weekly beer money to 
feed a hungry family. 

The Awareness 
Week ended with a Bar 
and Band Bash. An 
evening of alcohol-free 
fun was provided by the 
band Groove Tramp and 
sponsored by Coca 
Cola and Papa John's 
Pizza. 



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"I'll be there for you/When 
the rain starts to fall" echoed 
through the hall on Thursday 
nights. It was eight o'clock and time for 
Friends. Many were tuning into the 
lives of these six friends to laugh, cry, 
and get away from the real world for 
thirty minutes. 

Different kinds of 'friends' live 
in California. Beverly Hills 90210 
tells the story of rich California 
teenagers and their complicated 
world. Melrose Place is an 
apartment complex that has various 
residents. Some of the residents 
hate each other and are very ruthless in 
their revenge. Clemson students tune into these shows for 
the drama and scandal. 

Another show that is filled with drama is ER. ERexamines the 
occurrences in a hospital emergency room. The show also 
discusses the effects trauma has on victims, family, and the 
doctors themselves. 

Various sitcoms are able to lighten up life before it 

gets too serious. Kramer's hair is always bobbing 

around on Seinfield. The dog Eddie steals the show 

on Fraiser. There is the continual grunting of Tim on 

Home Improvement, and the antics of the lead 

character on Ellen. 

Students can also turn on the television to 

find several talk shows and soap operas. 

Homework can wait until after you finish 

saying " Go Ricki! Go Ricki!" or find out 

who slept with who on Days of Our Lives. 

Television is a large part of our lives. 

There is always a show on somewhere. It 

is just a matter of finding it. 





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LEFT: Kari, Kristen, and Kelly make it a 
ritual to sit together on Thursday nights 
to watch television. 

Summer Yeargin 

BELOW: A resident assistant passes 

time on her job by watching television. 

Summer Yeargin 

FAR BELOW: Some students prefer 
the television lounge of McCabe Hall to 
catch up on their favorite television 
shows instead of the privacy of their 
own home. 

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Whether 

you roll it 

up, use a 

hong, or 

add it to 

your 

brownie 

recipe, 

when asked 

if you have 

ever smoked 

marijuana, 

do not tell 

people 'Yes, 

hut I didnt 

inhale. " 



To smoke or not to 
smoke: that isthe question 
that faced many college 
students. Many of us knew 
someone that smoked 
marijuana or had done so 
in the past. Obtaining this 
drug was not a problem 
for those who wished to 
use it, but getting caught 
with it in your possession 
could land you in jail. The 
reasons people chose to 
use marijuana range from 
simple curiosity to 
dependency. A student 
said that he continued to 
smoke pot because it was 
like "having a beer" and he JH 
did not see anything wrong 
with continuing the use of 
this substance. 

Some of the good aspects 
of using marijuana are the 
relaxing affects it has on the 
body. You become more laid 
back. Your perceptions of the 
world around you take on a 
whole new dimension. Ideas 
pop into your head, even if they 
are short-lived, and you become 
more creative. Bad aspects of 
using this drug are that people 
stereotype you as a "pot head." 
Some people get the munchies 
so prolonged use could lead to 
weight gain. Getting caught 
with this drug is probably the 
biggest negative. 





By Jenna Baker 



Brian Thomas 

A student described being 
high as "hyper-acceleratec 
slow-motion," meaning thalj 
while everything seems to be 
moving at an abnormal pacB: 
there are times when it all seems 
to slow down. He does not see 
anything wrong with smokinc 
pot and feels that people shoulc 
be open to exploring differen 
ways of thinking because it is 
bad to stay locked into one way 
of doing things. Regardless 
you must remember it is 
expensive, illegal, and it couk 
ruin your life. Ask yourself if it is 
really worth it? It is a decisior 
that is left entirely up to th( 
individual. Whether you roll i 
up, use a bong, or add it to you 
brownie recipe, when asked i 
you have ever smoke( 
marijuana, do not tell peopk 
"Yes, but I didn't inhale." 



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LEFT: This unusual looking bong 
provides yet another way to smoke 
pot. 

Photograph by Brian Thomas 




LEFT: A student, sitting by the 
window, enjoys the relaxing 
affects of a joint. 

Photograph by Ryan Linn 

BELOW: Some people choose 
other ways of using pot. This 
strange pipe is used to smoke 
opium. 

Photograph by Ryan Linn 




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Walking the 

Line 



By Karen Bunch and 
Jenna Baker 



Thinking about using 
a fake ID? Well, there are 
somethingsyou should con- 
sider before taking the risk. 
First, if you get caught, you 
will get a ticket for unlawful 
use of a driver's license. 
This will cost you between 
$1 52 and $300 and you will 
lose your license for 90 days. 
If you have alcohol in your 
possession, you will get a 
ticket for minor possession. 
However if you are a first 
time offender, you can go 
through PTI. 

Pre-Trial Intervention, or 
PTI, is a program designed 
to offer counseling to those 
who have committed a 
crime. The program is of- 
fered to those who commit- 
ted minor crimes such as 
vandalism, alcohol, and mi- 
nor drug violations. It gives 




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why h% woi^ 
iDMomeone} 
Officer Joe 
Hand, Jr.^ 
stated, "Ij 
observe their 
^^&t:ions and' 





the individual a chance tc 
think about the crime the\ 
have committed and to re 
ceive counseling with druc 
and alcohol problems 
Counseling sessions 
along with community ser 
vice hours must be com 
pleted during the course. 
You have to apply tc 
go through the program a 
the cost of $50. To be 
accepted, the arresting of 
ficer has to recommenc 
you. If you are acceptec 
into the program it will cos 
you an additional $250. Sc| 
far a total cost of $300. I 
you successfully complete 
the program, you have the 
option of paying an addi- 
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ABOVE: Students must show their i.d.'s to get 
into Edgar's. All students are allowed in the 
pub, but only those who are twenty-one can 
drink. The college strictly enforces this policy. 
Photograph by Michelle Kelly 

LEFT: This bouncer waits outside Rumors on 
a Friday night. A bouncer's job includes check- 
ing identification and stopping altercations. 

Photograph by Michelle Kelly 



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Question: Where 
are Thursdays like 
Fridays? Answer: 
College towns. 

Many first year 
students are always 
surprised by the 
amount of activity that 
takes place on 
Thursday nights: Bars 
are full, streets are 
crowded, and after- 
hours restaurants are 
packed. The cause for 
this phenomenon 
varies from campus to 
campus and 

according to the time 
of the year. 

At Clemson, 
Thursday nights in the 

students take a break from 
studying to enjoy the current 
hit releases at the 99c 
theater. The Astro was an 
affordable night out on a 
college budget. 

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Fall are filled with activity 
in preparation for 
Saturday games and in 
the Spring, in 
preparation for a 
weekend roadtrip or 
simply a home visit. Bars 
cater to Thursday night 
crowds in a variety of 
ways. TD's weekly 
"dance party" as well as 
bands at TD's, Tiger 
Town Tavern, and other 
downtown bars are ways 
to attract the Thursday 
night crowds. 

For underage 
students, Rumorswasa 
popular choice. Also, 
popular locales included 
two downtown coffee 



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shops, Subway, and 
for the truly bored or 
broke, benches on the 
sidewalks to sit and 
watch people. 

Many clubs met on 
Thursday nights, and 
students found 
activities there, as well. 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes weekly 9:19 
meetings were well- 
attended by students 
of all ages. Speakers, 
musical acts, and 
devotional songs 
proved exciting and 
popular at FCA 
meetings. 

Another form of 
Thursday night activity 



was to simply gather 
with friends at their 
respective apartments 
and residence halls and 
watch the newest 
episodes of Friends, 
Seinfeld, and ER. 
These popular shows 
kept students all over 
the university inside 
and glued to their 
televisions. 

Students found that 
no matter what the time 
or the season, 
Thursday nights were 
filled with various 
activities, socializing 
with friends, and just 
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atmosphere for studying, socializing, 
and enjoying a nice cup of Moca Java. 
Subway (below) offers a late night bite 
for those last-minute snackers. 

Jenna Baker 

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in Clemson forthose 21 and over. Tiger 
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RIGHT: Par 5 offers "Putt-For-A-Buck" 
where you can putt for the chance for a 
free meal. 

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BELOW LEFT: Par 5 is located in 
Downtown Clemson on Highway 123. 

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Photographs by Larry Lee 



The Clemson Flying Club was started in 1927 by 
I forestty major and several civil engineering majors, 
heir goal was to build and fly their own airplane. Over 
ie next two years, they built an airplane in a woodshop 

^on campus and later moved to an airport located 
where the Greenville downtown airport is now 
located. They made several test flights from 
i this location. The original plane is now in the 
I state museum in Columbia. 
'I In the thirties and forties, the club 

owned a two-seat airplane and they 
provided flying time to their members for a 
nominal charge. Club activity increased in 
the fifties as the club moved from one 
airplane to three, flying a biplane and 
two two-seat trainers. As the fifties 
came to a close, the club went 
back to two airplanes. They 
continued to provide low-cost 
rental of airplanes for its 
members. 

In the early seventies, 

theclub moved itsoperations 

from the Clemson airport to 

the Anderson airportfora while 

before retumingtotheClemsorV 

Oconee County Airport in 1 974. At 

that time, the club owned an Aeronca 

Champ which they rented for seven 

dollars an hour. In the late seventies, 

the club purchased a Cessna 

172, a four-seat, cross-country 

airplane. This plane is still used by 

the club. In the early eighties, the 

club purchased their other plane, a 

two-seatCessna 1 52 which is used 

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Currently the club consists of about 30 members 
and holds monthly meetings, as well as cookouts, flying 
competitions, night flights and ground schools. They 
also holdflying competitions with othereastem schools. 

The club is looking to expand by purchasing a new 
higher-performance aircraft, but their first priority is to 
bring in new members. 

'This is an important time for new pilots because 
the percentage of pilots in the U.S. is diminishing," said 
Schile. 

"Clemson offers an almost perfect environmentfor 
flight training: excellent weather, beautiful scenery, 
nicely equipped and reasonably priced airplanes and a 
quiet, uncontrolledairportonlythreemilesfromcampus," 
said Randy Collins, an associate professor of electrical 
and computer engineering at Clemson and a flight 
instructor for the club. 

'You can learn to fly without the hassles of 
metropolitan airports but can easily gain experience in 
that environment within minutes by flying to Greenville 
orAtlanta," said Collins. 'The Clemson/Oconee County 
Airport also has a number of people building and 
restoring airplanes, so you can experience that aspect 
of aviation, too. It is just an all-around excellent place to 
leam to fly" 

The average Clemson student takes about sixty 
flight hours and eight to twelve months to obtain their 
private license, which will cost them approximately 
$2,300. A recreational license requires about half the 
training as the private license but is a more limited 
license. 

'This is the best program in the country as far as 
price and aircraft availability," said Schile. 

"Flying to me is like freedom; when you're up here 
there's no one telling you what to do. You can pretty 
much do whatever you want to." 



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In today's society, fads and 
fashions are here one day and gone 
the next. That old worn out flannel 
shirt of your dad's that he never 
thought would be worn again, may 
be your favorite. Music that your 
parents listened to when they were 
growing up, may be all thatyou listen 
to. Historians say that history repeats 
itself. The same may be true for 
music, fashion, and many other so 
called "fads." 

As you walk around campus, 
you are likely to see people wearing 
different fashions. Corduroy pants 
and shirts, flannels, boots, and silver 
jewelry are just a few styles that are 
popular. These fashions seem to be 
so popular because they are not only 
stylish, but are very comfortable. 

Hairstyles are also constantly 
changing. Many people are getting 
their hair cut like the characters on 
the television show Friends. Styles 
that look natural, not full of mousse, 
gel, or hairspray have become very 
popular. Many people are going with 
their hair straight. Some prefer it all 
one length while others go for the 
layered look. 

Body piercing has also become 
quite stylish recently. Back in the 
80's, the "in" thing to do was to get 
your ears pierced several times. 



Now, you see earrings in people's 
noses, eyebrows, chins, belly 
buttons, and even tongues. Many 
other parts of the body may be 
pierced, but these are the most 
popular. 

Music is an aspect of our daily 
lives that is continuously changing. 
A band may have one really popular 
song, then you may not hear anything 
else from them. Recently, 70's and 
80's music has made a major 
comeback. As you flip through the 
radio stations or go to a dance club, 
you will more than likely hear a song 
such as Stayin' Alive or YMCA. Local 
bands have also become very 
popular. Groups such as Edwin 
McCain from Greenville and Jump, 
Little Children from Charleston are 
becoming known throughout the 
country. Their increasing popularity 
has not made them forget about their 
roots. They still can be heard at 
clubs, such as Characters, in 
Greenville. 

Many aspects of our lives are 
changing rapidly. Music, fashion, 
and hairstyles are constantly being 
affected by the times. These 
changes may have an impact on 
certain groups of people in our 
society which helps illustrate the 
diversity in our country. 







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LEFT: Hackey sacks and long hair are 
common bonds among many students. In 
today's society, hair is worn every length and 
dyed various colors. 

Photograph by Jenna Baker 

BELOW: Flannel shirts are no longer just for 
blue collar workers and are probably found in 
everyone's closet. 

Photograph by Jenna Baker 




BELLOW LEFT: Leather, 
heeled shoes, and plaid are 
found in magazines and walking 
around campus. 

Photograph by Jenna Baker 

BELLOW: Some people are 
able to endure pain in the 
ultimate fashion staement. 
Photograph by Jenna Baker 



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RIGHT: As the snow melted 
the hopes of the cancelled 
classes diminished. 

Photograph by Larry Lee 







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the campus that is covered 
with a white blanket of snow 
Photograph by Larry Lee 

RIGHT: A snow covered 
bench is one of the few places 
untouched by the students. 
Photograph by Larry Lee 




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What is orange and white and cold 
all over? Clemson University during the 
"Blizzard" of 1996. Students were 
welcomed back to the spring semester 
with not so "springy" weather. Classes 
started on January 10 with many 
students from the northern part of the 
United States stuck in airports with no 
hopes of making it back for the first day 
of classes. Professors usually reserve 
the right to drop a student if they do not 
attend the first day of classes, but this 
policy was waived due to inclement 
weather. Classes continued on 
Thursday, January 11, but were 
cancelled on Friday. After a slight 
meltdown, Clemson was once again 
dusted with up to four inches of snow in 
some places. Snowball fights broke out 
all over campus, and the bars downtown 
were packed. Students went to sleep as 
visions of snowmen and angels danced 
in their heads. 

Although the snow and ice were a 
welcomed treat to the students of 
Clemson University, it was not such a 
treat in other parts of the United States. 




Icy roads and horrendous wind chill 
factors forced many states to take drastic 
actions. Many states declared states of 
emergency and residents were forbidden 
to travel the roads. The government 
basically shut down for three days just 
two days after federal employees were 
sent back to work. 

Although the nation was basically 
shut down, the skiers and ski lodges 
could not be shut down so easily. 
Appalachian Ski Resort reported a base 
of one-hundred inches which was music 
to the hearts of die-hard skiers, but 
those with any sense knew the lodge 
was the place to hang out. Many students 
wished that they could have donned 
their skis in exchange for driving on the 
icy roads. 

Although Governor David Beasely 
declared parts of South Carolina, 
including Pickens county, a weather 
emergency on January 8 and 9, Clemson 
faired much better than other parts of 
the country. Most students who were 
not stuck in the airports biggest problem 
was trying to find the biggest hill in 
Clemson to sled down — even if the sled 
was only a Harcombe tray or Bud Light 
box. 

Left: The Clemson campus 
turns into a quiet and peaceful 
place when there is snow on 
the ground. 

Photograph by Larry Lee 



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On Saturday, October 28, "as a young congressman , I was a foot 

Government of the People hopeful Texas soldier in the Reagan Revolution and 

Senator Phil Gramm spoke at the Strom as president I wantto finish the Reagan 

Thurmond Institute at the College Revolution." He says that if he were to 

Republicans meeting. Gramm spoke become president he would make 

about the overhaul of the welfare system, balancing the budget his number one 

balancing the federal budget, a flat tax, priority. Gramm outlined his welfare 

and elimination of the Department of reform proposals: establishing a 

Education. These issues were part of mandatory work report for able-bodied 



Gramm's platform for the 
1996 Presidential 
election. 

Gramm spoke 
about taking the power 
back from Washington 
and giving it back to all 
Americans. He touched 
on that fact the night 
before he came to 
Clemson. The senate 
stayed until after midnight 
to pass the "Contract With 




Phil Gramm discusses the future of 
the nation with the College 
Republicans during his recent stop at 
Clemson University. 

Photograph by Greg Schmidt 



Americans, limiting 
immigration to those 
who are ready and 
willing to work, and 
eliminating increased 
welfare benefits for 
mothers who have 
more children while on 
welfare. 

Gramm's other 
positions include a pro- 
life stance, eliminating 
federal funding for 



America," a series of bills created by abortion and opposing U.S. troops being 

Republicans for the 1 994 Congressional sent into Bosnia. As he completed his 

elections. thirty minute speech, he said that he 

Gramm also spoke about his history would not cut deals in America's future 

of work with fellow Republican politicians in Washington, 
such as Ronald Reagan. Gramm stated, 



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RIGHT: Work study participants often 
work in offices typing, answering 
phones, and filing. However, office work 
is only one of the many jobs available in 
the work study program. 

Photograph by Summer Yeargin 

BOTTOM: A student meets with Marty 
Williams to discuss her future in the 
cooperative education program. 

Photograph by Summer Yeargin 





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Students enter Clemson seeking an 
education. However, that education 
includes more than just books and 
classes. Some students gain experience 
in the work force while at Clemson. 
Students gain this experience through 
three different routes: cooperative 
education, internship, and work study. 
Each route is unique in the beginning 
but all lead to a bright future. 

The cooperative program begins 
when a student comes by the co-op 
office and purchases a resume disk. 
The resume disk contains a resume and 
geographical information. The 
information from the disk is loaded into 
the office's computers. A counselor 
works with each student to locate a job 
for him. The co-op student is placed in 
a job related to his major and is paid. 
The student works alternating periods 
between going to school, and is required 




to work at Least three periods usually a 
summer, spring, and fall to equal one 
year's experience. 

Internships are found through the 
careercenter. Aseniorfinds information 
about a specific job and then applies. 
The student may or may not get paid for 
the work he does. The internship usually 
lasts one summer although a company 
can ask the student to come back. 
Internships are targeted at seniors who 
are going to receive their undergraduate 
degree soon. 

Work study is handled through the 
financial aid office. The student is placed 
in a job at Clemson such as helping in an 
office. The student is paid for the work 
he does by the local and federal 
government. The money in turn is used 
to pay for that student's educational 
costs. Work study is open to most 
students. 

Students are able to receive one-on- 
one counceling at the co-op office. This 
service provides a personal touch to 
the search for finding a job. 

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TOP: The shuttle buses 
transport students all around 
campus. The buses also pick 
up students from the outer 
parking lots after it gets dark. 
Photograph by Michelle Kelly 

RIGHT:These police officers 
and many others are a regular 
sight on campus. They insure 
that law and order is maintained. 
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Clemson University promoted public 
safety in many ways. The 
Clemson Police Department, 
located on the north side of Death 
Valley consists of 23 full-time 
police officers and other security 
personnel who patroled the 
campus. They monitored 
residence halls and apartments 
at night. Extra attention was given 
to the women's dorms. Trained 
officers stay at the front desks to 
ensure the safety of students. 

As you walked around 
campus, emergency phones 
could be spotted in various 
locations. These could be used 
like a regular telephone if there 
was not another one nearby, or in 
case of an emergency. The 
phones were connected to the 
police department, so they could 
respond to calls for assistance. 

If you had ever been out late 
at night, and not felt comfortable 
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definitely appreciated the escort service. 

This was provided by the police and 

was available 24 hours a day, seven 

days a week. Officers drove students 

to their destinations on campus and 

did not ask any questions. 

Unfortunately, since the service went 

under a change this year, they could 

no longer escort students from 

building to building. The only escort 

service available was from the parking 

pit to the dorms. Some students felt that 

this was a decrease in security. They 

were uncomfortable walking from east 

to west campus dorms late nights alone. 

Although, in efforts to improve security 

without the escorts, there was an 

increase in the number of security 

officers patroling the campus during 

the weeknight study hours. 

Clemson offered many services to 
increase public awareness on campus. 
Short courses are offered throughout 
the year to promote safety. These 
services were provided by the Clemson 
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RIGHT: Parking was a 
constant problem for 
westside residents. During 
football games, one of the 
major parking lots was closed 
for reserved parking. 

Photograph by Brian 
Thomas 

FAR RIGHT: Students who 
risk parking illegally often find 
themselves with a surprise 
left on their windshield. 
Photograph by Ryan Linn 



Parking has always been a major 
issue among students at Clemson. 
Problems such as residents not being 
able to park outside of the pit before 9:00 
P.M., or the vast amount of tickets 
students receive are annual gripes. This 
year however, there was yet another 
problem - parking space. 

On the west side of campus, R-2 
and R-3 lots were always filled. This was 
partly due to the fact that there were 
more Clemson House parking permits 
issued then actual spaces. The overflow 
caused students to park on the grass 
and along the curbs in the other lots. 
University Parking Control had a problem 
with this saying that is was interfering 
with the ground maintenance. 

In addition to resident parking 
problems, commuter students found it 




difficulttofind parking behind the Brooks 
Center and Lee Hall. The University 
Parking Control built another lot for 
residents and commuters, but 
unfortunately it wasn't used due it's 
inconvenient location near the fire 
station. Commuters also found it difficult 
to find a spot on campus if they just had 
to drop something off for a moment 
during the day. 

The parking lots also needed major 
construction. Large pot holes caused by 
rain damage made it difficult to drive. 
Students found this a problem because 
the parking permit costs were raised in 
order to alleviate this inconvenience. 
The overall consensus of the student 
population at Clemson felt as though if 
permit costs went up, they should have 
seen some improvements in the parking 
dilemma. 

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Clemson University's Police Chief, statewide jurisdiction, but they usually 



Mr. Lonnie Saxon, believes in taking the 
time to talk with Clemson students, 
learning about their different 
backgrounds, and helping them with 
any problems they may face. He also 
enjoys his job at Clemson and likes 



work within a 5 mile radius of Tillman 
Hall during the day. 

Chief Saxon believes in having 
student involvement with the police 
department and has several students 
workingfor him now. Although carbreak- 



taking care of any problems he can as ins and property theft has not been as 

Police Chief. In 1 966, after getting out of big of a problem this year as in the past, 

the Marine Corps, he intendedto become Chief Saxon believes more manpower 

a high school American History teacher, will prevent even more of the crimes. He 

but soon realized that he was destined suggested that more formal community 

to be in law enforcement. At the age of policing, towers with watchmen in 

35, Mr. Saxon entered college again, parking lots, and more student policing 

received his associate's degree in would be the answer to solving most of 

criminal justice, and started his career the few criminal problems that Clemson 

with the Easley Police Department. After does have. 

working for a while for Pickens County, Although he has faced a wide variety 

Mr. Saxon went into private business of problems throughout his career as a 

but eventually returned to law law enforcer, one of the most troubling 

enforcement working for Clemson experiences he has ever had to deal 

University's Police Department in 1 989 with is the problems students face when 

as a patrolman. After only 3 years, he contemplating suicide. Chief Saxon said 

was promoted to Chief of Police at CU. he never realized how much pressure 

Chief Saxon took on many students face with their grades, peer 

responsibilities and duties with his new pressure, and other anxieties at school, 

job as police chief. He served as the top Besides having to deal with this sort of 

administrator of the police department, distressing issue. Chief Saxon hasfound 

which includes 3 separate divisions, his experiences at Clemson pleasant, 

Each of the divisions. Investigations, and he has had plenty of time to enjoy 

Uniform Patrol, and Special Operations, his family life. His wife has been a 

is commanded by separate captains, banker for 32 years and is a vice 

who all answer to Chief Saxon. Chief president with Wachovia. His two 

Saxon'sjurisdictioncoversall of Clemson children are following in their parents' 

University and its property. In addition, footsteps; his son is a policeman in the 

he looks after parking enforcement, an city of Easley and his daughter is a 

area where some students have banker in Washington. Chief Saxon's 

problems. Since Clemson University is philosophy is to never let money get in 

a municipality, the officers here have the way of happiness and enjoy what 

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Stop! Look, listen, and learn about the Then, they have to go back to work, 
heroes of today. There are many people who Even though they get two days a week off, 

spend their lives helping others. A group of their work is never finished. The fire department 

unsung heroes providetheirservices to Clemson averages 1,000 calls a year. This means that 



University everyday. 

The Clemson Fire 
Department consists of 22 full- 
time fire fighters and 16 
volunteers. Their day begins at 
7:00 in the morning. They begin 
by checking their equipment. 
Then they work on the 
maintenance of the fire station. 
This includes washing and 
cleaning the trucks inside and 
out. Next, it's time for physical 
training. They go to the gym 
and workoutforatleastan hour. 
This all takes place before lunch. 




they average about 19 calls a 
week! 

Not only does the fire 
department fight fires in the 
community, it also provides other 
helpful services. The Fire Chief, 
Lew Riley, goes into local 
schools and teaches students 
aboutfire safety and prevention. 
Riley says that the aspect of his 
job that he enjoys most is, "The 
satisfaction of seeing everyone 
work together." 

The Clemson Fire 
Department is an asset to the 



Afterwards, they spend their time training and community. These fire fighters put their lives on 

pre-planning for fires. Their day ends at 5:00. the line because they care about people. Their 

They are able to spend the rest of the night dedication and commitment is greatly appreciated 

however they choose, unless there is a fire, and truely makes them heroes. 



ABOVE: Firefighters wear 
flame-resistant suits to better 
protect thiem from the intense 
heat and smoke that they 
encounter daily. 

Photograph By Ryan Linn 

RIGHT: This firefighter talks 
to children about fire 
prevention and safety. 

Photograph By Ryan Linn 

FAR RIGHT: Firefighters put 
their lives on the line each 
time they get in their truck. 
Photograph By Ryan Linn 




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Right: Peeling paint is one 
of the more common housing 
problems. It is also the main 
problem of this door. 

Photograph by Ryan Linn 




Dorm damages are problems students are 
faced with each year. As it came time to pack up 
and move out, students signed a check list of the 
damages done to the dorm room or apartment 
that were there when they arrived. Students are 
required to clean out their rooms and empty the 
trash when they move out. They are instructed to 
leave the rooms just how they found them. 

Over the course of the summer, bills were 
sent out to students assesing the damages that 
they had caused over the school year. These 
damages ranged from paint pulled off the wall to 
broken windows and beds. 

However some students said that even 
though they paid the fees, when they moved 
back in this year, the appearance of the place 



was the same. The major damages were 
repaired, but as for the smaller ones such as 
chipped paint or an uncleaned room, it seemed 
to have remained untouched. One student 
remarked, "When we moved back in, the 
apartment looked just like we left it — just like we 
closed the door in May and opened it again in 
August." 

Students questioned why the fees were 
tacked on to their tuition bill for damages when 
they were not repaired. 

Some students were also charged for 
damages that were done before they had moved 
in. Another student said, "I was charged for a 
painted figure on the wall, but I know for a fact 
that it wasn't there. My parents called and had 
someone go check my room, housing then 
called back and apologized saying that there 



was a mixup and that I wouldn't be charged." 




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LEFT: Damages to this fire extinguisher 
box place the residents in danger. 

Photograph by Ryan Linn 

BELOW: The damage to this door could 
have been the result of a long ago wild 
party. Most residents are upset that 
these problems were not taken care of 
before they moved in. 

Photograph by Ryan Linn 



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Do you love the thrill of victory or the agony 
of defeat? Does your day not seem complete if 
you have not done some sort of physical activity? 
Ifthisdescribesyou.thenFike Recreation Center 
has many intramural sports that may interest 
you. 

Many students that wanted to play sports 
without the commitment and stress of varsity 
sports, chose to participate on the intramural 
level. Most teams consisted of groups of students 
who shared a common love of the sport. 

Fike has a wide variety of sports during the 
fall and the spring. Each fall, flag football, 
volleyball, and soccer are very popular, while 
Softball and basketball dominated the spring. 

The intramural teams are organized into five 



By Erin Hyman 



divisions, which include women, freshmen, 
upperclassmen, graduates, and fraternities. 
Many sports also have co-rec teams which 
allowed men and women to compete together. 
The intramurals are played on Bowman Field 
and on the practice fields located near the football 
stadium and the tennis courts. Sports such as 
basketball and volleyball are played on the various 
courts located in Fike. 

Fike's intramural sports program gave 
students the opportunity to interact with others 
competitively. Many participate for fun while 
others enjoyed the physical aspect. Either way, 
all students have the opportunity to be involved 
in activities that are challenging, but are also fun 
and exciting. 



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many sports played on the 
intramural field. This field 
has hosted games among 
"rivals" who ail have a love 
of athletics. 
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By the year 2005, all the 
landfills in use today will be full. 
Because of this, South Carolina 
passed the South Carolina Solid 
Waste Policy and Management 
Act of 1 991 . This act required 
the state to reduce the amount 
of trash sent to landfills by 30% 
by the year 1997. Clemson 
University has a strong recycling 
program, but student 
involvement must increase for 
these goals to be met. In 1994, 
38% of the solid waste produced 
in South Carolina was paper. 
Of this 38%, only 37% was 
recycled. Recycling paper 
would save more landfill space 
than any other material. In 1994, 
65%ofthe packaging produced 
was recycled but this number 
must also be increased. South 
Carolina does a very good job 
of recycling aluminum, but a 
greater emphasis needs to be 
placed on the other areas of 
recycling. In 1994, Clemson 
University's recycling program 
accepted regular white paper, 
magazines, computer paper, 
and newspaper. It also accepted 
clear, green, and brown glass. 
For those students wishing to 
recycle, there were three main 



areas where they could take 
their recyclables. There was a 
recycling drop off area in the 
basement of Holmes, and the 
residents were provided with 
recycling containers for their 
rooms. Also, there were many 
large computer and white paper 
recycling containers in 
computer rooms around 
campus and the buildings on 
campus. In addition, the main 
area for recycling was Kite Hill 
Recycling Center. Charlie Butts 
was the director and welcomed 
all student support. 

Although in the year 1995, 
recycling is optional, it will soon 
be mandatory. These are the 
winds of change, and it is a 
change for the better. Recycling 
is quite possibly the simplest 
thing that we can do to make 
this world a better place. 
Someone once said, " We are 
only borrowing this world 
from our children." If 
we do not recycle, we 
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On April 1, 1995, a new fraternity 
chartered here at Clemson. The Phi 
Kappa Tau Fraternity, Inc. became the 
newest of the twenty-two fraternities here 
at Clemson with the Epsilon Nu chapter. 

It took the brothers of Phi Kappa 
Tau only fourteen months to go from 
being a colony on campus to becoming 
an actual chapter. To celebrate their 
becoming a chapter, the brothers held a 
ceremonyattheWestinPeachtree Plaza 
Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia. "Our goal 
when we first came on to Clemson's 
campus was to do everything first class, 
and we believe a weekend at the Westin 
Peachtree Plaza exemplified this," said 
Adam Goetz, Chartering President of 
Phi Kappa Tau. The celebration included 
a cocktail hour followed by a choice of a 
steak or chicken dinner, dessert, and 



dancing to top the evening off. 

Several people joined the brothers 
at this celebration. The new members of 
this chapter were able to celebrate this 
memorable occasion with some of the 
special people in their lives such as 
dates, parents, and siblings. Clemson 
faculty at the ceremony included Greek 
Advisor, Mandy Hayes, and Phi Kappa 
Tau's Faculty Advisor Rusty Guill along 
with his wife Melanie. 

Phi Kappa Tau still continues to 
excel hereon Clemson's campus. With 
their involvement in Delta Gamma's 
Anchor Splash, projects with the 
Greenville Jaycees, and helping 
publicize Clemson's new logo by building 
a float during the 1995 homecoming 
activities, Phi Kappa Tau is an asset to 
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ABOVE: Co-Managing Editor 
Michelle Kelly works on 
designing a layout. In the 
crunch of deadline weekends, 
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put in long hours in order to 
produce the book on 
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Without it, students would not be able to 
keep up with the news on campus. Without it, 
students would not hear the latest breaking news 
on campus. Without it, students could not 
appreciate the variety among the student body. 
Without it, students would not be able to 
remember the wonderful days of Clemson when 
they are 50 years old. Without the media 
organizations of Clemson University, students 
would not enjoy many of the offerings most 
college campuses lack. 

Founded in 1907, The Tiger is the oldest 
college newspaper in the state of South Carolina. 
To provide students with news coverage, to 
serve as an outlet for student opinion, and to 
providejournalistictraining for students interested 
in the production of newspapers, The Tiger was 
issued twice a week in the fall and summer 
semesters with three special issues during the 
summer months. The Tiger offered a chance to 
learn the ins and outs of newspaper production, 
including writing, photography, layout, and 
production. The Tiger has won many "All 
American" rankings in contest with other college 
newspapers around the nation. 

WSBF began broadcasting as an AM station 
in 1958 and stepped up to a noncommercial 
educational FM station in 1963. WSBF not only 
offers the best training facility in the area but also 
a great chance for students to learn an alternative 
extracurricular experience. WSBF is famed for 
the latest selection in alternative music in the 
upstate. 



By Larry Lee 

Clemson was 'honored with two feature 
magazines, Chronicle and Reveille. Chronicle, 
founded in 1898, offered many students an 
opportunity to publish a variety of features, 
including short stories, poetry, and artwork. 
Chronicle promoted student discussion on 
campus through its controversial material as 
opposed to other campus magazines. Reveille, 
founded in 1 994 produced a link to Clemson and 
its surrounding area by promoting areas of interest 
to those students interested in venturing off 
campus. Reveille also offered enlightening 
stories about organizations and functions located 
on and around campus. Both magazine staffs 
offered students a chance to learn the details of 
magazine publishing as well as a chaqnce to 
learn about Clemson and the community. 

TAPS, the official yearbook of Clemson 
University, was founded in 1 908. The purpose of 
college yearbooks worldwide is to provide a 
book of events that occur each year of school, 
and TAPS had that purpose in mind when printing 
each of its last 85 issues. TAPS offered Clemson 
students a chance to preserve the memories of 
Clemson with feature stories about the students 
and activities occurring around the campus. 

Whether students enjoyed listening to their 
favorite alternative rock bank on WSBF, reading 
The Tiger while sitting in class on Fridays, or 
looking at pictures of the years gone by, many 
found a direct link to the media organizations 
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where she would like to study when she goes 
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Clemson University is full of 
history, in the past and in the 
mal<ing. Several famous people 
have lived in this area and many 
historic homes and tourist 
attractions are located nearby. 

The University is located on 
land that was once part of a 1 , 1 GO 
acre plantation. 

John C. Calhoun purchased 
the plantation, which was then 
called Clergy Hall, from James 
McElhenny in 1825. The 
Calhouns added on to the house 
and later renamed it Fort Hill. 
Calhoun, former vice-president 
under John Quincey Adams and 
Andrew Jackson, lived at Fort Hill 
until his death in 1850. 

Another historic site in 
Pendleton is Farmers Hall. It is 
the oldest farmer's hall still in use 
in the nation. Thomas Greene 
Clemson first spoke about starting 
a state agriculture school on the 
second floor in a meeting hall. 
The local attraction is still open 



today, but is used as a restaurant 
and tea room. 

Stumphouse Tunnel is 
another historic site in this area. 
In the 1850's, the Blue Ridge 
Railroad Company planned to 
build a rail line from Charleston, 
South Carolina to Knoxville, 
Tennessee. There were three 
tunnels in South Carolina to be 
built. The Stumphouse Tunnel 
was to be the longest. Before 
they were finished, the funds 
were depleted, and work on the 
tunnels was never completed. 
At one time, Clemson's Dairy 
Department used the tunnel for 
research on blue cheese. Today 
however, all of the tunnels have 
been sealed up, but the park 
itself is still open. 

Clemson University 

students can learn a lot about 
the past through many of the 
historical sites in this area. Each 
of these places tells its own 
unique story, and adds to the 
history of Clemson. 



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of history, in the past and 

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to drop or add an additional class no 
longer had to deal with the hassle of manual 
drop/add. Along with the rest of the world, 
Clemson University joined the On-line 
revolution. The days of those pesky drop/ 
add slips were gone. There was no more 
running around at 4:15 on the last day to 
drop, trying to find your advisor and 
realizing that you may have to stay in that 
dreadful Math Science 208 class. Finally 
drop/add was as simple as finding a 
computer terminal that was connected to 
the mainframe of Clemson University. 

You had to know your social security 
number, your advising number, and the 
course number that you wished to drop 
or add. Even for the computer illiterate, 
this new change was a welcomed one. 
There was less paper work for the 
administration and less agony for the 
students, professors, and advisors. In 
the past, the student had to acquire the 
signature of the professor and the 
advisor, and then the registrar had to 

When all sections are full, 
students have the option to 
request the class they could 
not get into. 



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deal with duplicate copies. The new on- 
line registration system made life easier 
for everyone, except when the main 
frame was down. This was the only 
negative part of the new system, but 
complications did not arrive often. On 
the last day to withdraw, there was a bit 
of trouble connecting to the mainframe, 
but this was minimal. The new on-line 
registration system definitely eased the 
frustrations of the students at Clemson 
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By Tyrone Walker 

One coursethat is mandatory forall Biological According to Oberdan, Philosophy of Science 

Science students at Clemson University is is not so much a body of doctrine as it is the 

Philosophy of Science. Although several different development and application of the analytical 

professors have taught this course, Thomas tools necessary for the conceptual grasp of 

Oberdan has been the primary instructor since scientific activity and its product, 

the Spring of 1991. To illustrate this aspect of Philosophy of 

Like many professors Dr. Oberdan was drawn Science, Oberdan uses the case of the 

to Clemson by its beauty. development of the double helix model of DNA. 

"I was attracted to Clemson partly by the "It would be difficult," he thinks, "to appreciate 

natural beauty of the environs, partly by the fact what went on in this case — one of the most 

that the students were a lot like students I knew importantscientificachievementsof thecentury — 

when I went to college," said Oberdan. without the use of some tools drawn from 

Oberdan graduated from the University of Philosophy of Science, like the 

Missouri and received his Ph.D. in 1990 from hypotheco-deductive model." 

Indiana University. Before coming to Clemson in The upshot, Oberdan hopes, is that his 

1990, Oberdan was a visiting professor at St. students will become more reflective about their 

Louis University, the University of Missouri and scientific work. "After all," he says, quoting Plato, 

Washington University. " The unreflective life is not worth living." If 

"As itturns out, I probably teach more students science students never learn to think twice about 

Philosophy of Science every year than any other the nature of science, about what they are doing 

philosopher in the country," said Oberdan. with their lives, they will emerge from Clemson 

Even though he believes his Philosophy of as little more than half-educated technicians. 

Science students are some of the best at Thepointoftheirstudyof Philosophy of Science 

Clemson, he has come to realize that philosophy is not that they will conduct experiments more 

represents an entirely new approach for them, efficiently, or frame theoretical hypotheses more 

"I hope I've learned, over the years, how to readily. The greatest scientists of our century 

communicate to them what it means to reflect were the most philosophical, like Max Planck, 

philosophically about science, while sharing my Albert Einstein, Neils Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, 

enthusiasm for doing so," said Oberdan. and Kurt Godel. 

Although Oberdan's office is located in the 
basemenentof Hardin Hall, he is one of the leading 
philosophy of science professors in the nation. 

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By John Kwist 

Clemson — a school where the arts are often 
misunderstood or simply taken for granted — has 
managed to foster an annual film series that 
brings the very best in independent filmmaking 
from all over the world on to the campus. The 
Southern Circuit Film Series was founded in 
1988 by Clemson English professors Dr. Mark 
Charney and Dr. Carol Ward on the premise of 
bringing independent filmmaking into the South. 
Being included on the Circuit is an honor for the 
University in and of itself. Of the eight screening 
sites throughout the Southeast, Clemson was 
one of only three universities; the others being 
Duke and North Carolina State. Other screening 
locations included the High Museum of Art in 
Atlanta, as well as locations in Florida, Texas, 
Virginia, and Columbia, South Carolina. On tour 
for the 1995-96 Circuit were six films, most of 
them documentaries, that covered topics ranging 
from Southern mill-townsto the surrealistic culture 
of India. This year's films were: Complaints of a 
Dutiful Daughter, by Deborah Hoffman, Hello 
Photo, by Nina Davenport, Hoop Dreams, by 
Frederick Marx, A Question of Color, by Kathe 
Sandler, The Uprising of '34, by George Stoney 
and Judith Helfand, and When Billy Broke His 
Head... and Other Tales of WondenbyBiWyGolius. 
All of the films were open to the public and free 
of charge. This was, in large part, due to an 
extensive sponsorship by the South Carolina 
Arts Commission, and specifically from the 
motivation of Susan Leonard. Big names to 
emerge from the Southern Circuit film series 
include Spike Lee, Allie Light (whose film, In the 
Shadow of the Stars, won an academy award 
two weeks after touring at Clemson with the 
Southern Circuit), and other major independent 
filmmakers from around the globe. This year's 
directors accumulated accolades such as 



Academy Award nominations, Emmy-award 
winners, and winners of Robert Bedford's 
Sundance Film Festival. Probably the biggest 
feature of the Southern Circuit Film series was 
that the directors traveled to the different sites. 
They answered questions, offered explanations 
in directorial choices, and are often intriguing 
people who have unique stories to offer the 
audience about how and why they made their 
respective films. A primary mission of the series 
was to create an awareness of the illogical axiom 
that says "good" art coincides with popular art. 
If people ever doubted the importance of art, or 
of filmmaking as an art, the Southern Circuit Film 
Series quenched that doubt. 



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Duke University 
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Center for the Arts 
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Atlanta, Georgia 

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by industry donors and 
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On October 1 4, 1 995, Clemson's 
newest engineering building, the Fluor 
Daniel Building, was dedicated. The 
Fluor Daniel Building is the first new 
engineering building in more than 25 
years. The cost of the building was 
about 18 million dollars; 2.5 million 
coming from the Fluor Daniel 
Company, 1 4 million from state bonds, 
and 1 million donated by William W. 
Dukes, Jr. The third floor is named the 
William W. Dukes, Jr. Complex for 
Engineering Research. The building, 
which is about 103,000 square feet, 
includes thirty labs and the Center for 
Advanced Manufacturing. The 
Mechanical, Electrical and Computer 
Engineering Departments are also 
located here. 

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Rep. Lindsey Graham, CEO Les 
McGraw, President Deno Curris, 
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first walk into the front lobby, 
which is three stories, you see a 
time capsule. The time capsule 
is encased in steel and will be 
opened in 100 years. Items 
included inthetimecapsule are: 
an IBM Thinkpad, pins from Eta 
Kappa Nu, an Intel Pentium 
microprocessor, a computer 
catalog, the Greenville News 
and the Clemson Messenger, 
student reports from a design 
lab, group pictures of the 
electrical and mechanical 
engineering departments, 
Clemson graduate and 
undergraduate catalogs, letters 
to the future residents of 
Clemson University, service pins 
from Fluor Daniel, a slide rule, 
and a t-shirt f rom the Esso Club. 
Clemson's newest addition will 
be a benefit not only to the 
University, but to the state of 
South Carolina. 



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Have you ever wondered why your tuition 
increases each year? Several factors have 
forced the University to raise the cost of 
attending Clemson. The main factor that has 
contributed to the increase has been lower 
state funding. 

Each year South Carolina gives financial 
support to the colleges and universities in the 
state. A formula was derived to determine 
how much a school would receive based on 
factors such as credit hours, physical space, 
and research. This formula reflects the needs 
of a school compared to others in the state. 

In the late 1980's, the state funded over 
90% of Clemson's needs. That has changed 
dramatically since 1990. South Carolina was 
forced to reduce the amount of funding for 
each school. Alan Godfrey, Budget Director at 
Clemson University, feels that Hurricane Hugo 
and the national recession caused a state 
revenue crisis. Then the state mandated pay 
increases for employees. When this 
happened, the state was only able to provide 
about half of the money needed and left raising 
the other half to the schools. The only way to 
do this was to increase tuition. 



The increase was felt by all, but was 
definitely more evident to out-of-state students. 
In 1985, a resident of South Carolina had to 
pay $1 ,682 a year and a non-resident $3,910. 
Ten years later, in 1995, residents must pay 
$3,112 and non-residents $8,316. That has 
more than doubled the tuition for out-of-state 
students. 

Not only has the reduced funding affected 
the students, but has also had an impact on the 
faculty. Classes are larger, there are fewer 
professors to teach courses, and there has 
been an increase in the number of Teaching 
Assistants. Many other changes have been 
seen by the faculty and will continue until 
funding is increased. 

Clemson University has definitely seen 
the changes caused by lower state funding. 
Students, both residents and non-residents of 
South Carolina, have had to deal with the 
tuition increases. Professors have also had to 
face the changes brought about by the 
decrease in funding. For now, professors and 
students will just have to settle for the help 
Clemson receives from the state and hope that 
funding will begin to increase in the near future. 



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LEFT: Students who were unable to 
register early had to suffer through the 
long lines when they returned in 
January. 

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BELOW LEFT: A student looks at a 
textbook in the bookstore. 
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cost up to seventy dollars. 

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BELOW RIGHT: This student 
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By Kan Chamberlain 



"And she's out of here!!!," was 
something heard over 70 times both on 
Tiger Field and on the road. At home 
Clemson won 33 of its 34 games: a 
school record for most home games 
won as the baseball team stomped their 
way through another incredible season. 
In addition, they set a 
record for the highest 
winning percentage in 
a season. 

The Tiger's great 
season can be 
accredited to many 
things. One of the 
reasons for Clemson's 
54-14 record was 
improvement in terms 
of offense. In 1995 
Clemson hit .317 as a 
team and averaged 8.4 
runs per game with a 
.287 postseason 
average. The Tigers 
also had many great 
players this season, 
seven ClemsonTigers, 
including six 

underclassmen, were picked in thisyears 
amateur draft. 

The success is evident in their 
record: 54-14 overall and 20-4 in the 
ACC. It wasClemson's20thACC regular 
season championship in the 42 years of 
ACC play: more than any other school. 




A quick look at 20 ACC regular season 
championship might lead one to think 
Clemson has not been successful in 
ACC tournament play relative to their 
regular season. However, many seasons 
Clemson won the ACC regular season 
and there was not a tournament. This is 
the 42nd year of ACC 
baseball, but just the 
22nd tournament. 
Continuing on with their 
success, theTigers won 
four straight games in 
claiming its eighth 
NCAA Regional 

Championship. 

To cap off 
another great season, 
Clemson also made its 
seventh appearance in 
the College World 
Series, its first since 
1991. Sadly, Clemson 
lost to Tennessee (3-1 ) 
and Stanford (8-3) in its 
two games at that 
tournament. TheTigers 
finished tied for second 
place overall in the nation, becoming the 
first ACC school to make a clean sweep 
of the conference awards in baseball in 
the same year. Jack Leggett was named 
the ACC Coach of the Year, Shane 
Monohan won the Player of the Year, 
and Matthew LeCroy was the Rookie of 
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By Mike McCombs 






The Tigers opened the 1 995 football 
season expecting to improve on a 
disappointing 5-6 season in '94. They 
kicked off the season at home against 
Western Carolina. Nealon Greene 
became the first Tiger quarterback in 1 2 
years to throw for three scores as the 
Tigers rolled 55-9. 

There was no time to savor victory 
as the Seminoles came calling the next 
weekend. The 
Tigers couldn't stop 
the FSU offense, but 
managed to prove 
that the Seminoles 
were human by 
scoring a season- 
high 26 points 
againstthemina45- 
26 loss. The Tigers 
rebounded the next 
week with a 29-14 
road victory over 
Wake Forest, led by 
Emory Smith's four 
touchdowns. 

The next week 
marked the low point 

of the season for Coach Tommy West's 
squad. Despite gaining 393 yards of 
offense, the Tigers turned the ball over 
four times and suffered their first home 
loss ever to the Virginia Cavaliers, 22-3. 
Once again the Tigers rebounded on the 
road. Led by Leomont Evans' three 
interceptions and 418 yards of total 
offense, the Tigers downed N.C. State 
the next week in Raleigh, 43-22. 

The Georgia contest marked 100 
years of Clemson football. To celebrate, 




the Tigers held a reunion of the 1939 
Tiger Cotton Bowl team and wore turn- 
back-the-clock uniforms in a rare Death 
Valley night game. Unfortunately, the 
Bulldogs weren't in the celebrating mood 
as they edged out the Tigers, 19-17, 
despite three blocked kicks by the Tiger 
special teams. 

After six games, the Tigers were a 
disappointing 3-3. While going 2-0 on 

the road, they were 
an unimaginable 1- 
3 in Death Valley. 
The next week at 
Maryland, the 
Tigers reached the 
turning point. 
Sparked by a "Hail 
Mary" touchdown 
from Louis Solomon 
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the end of the first 
half, the Tigers shut 
down the Terps, 17- 
0. The Tigers 
traveled to Atlanta 
the next week to 
take on the Yellow 
Jackets. With bowl scouts watching, as 
well as brother Emmitt, Emory Smith 
rushed for 100 yards to lead the Tigers 
to a 24-3 win. 

The Tar Heels came to Death Valley 
for Homecoming. The Tigers weren't 
very hospitable, intercepting North 
Carolina five times on the way to a 1 7-1 
victory. This gave the following week's 
Duke contest added significance. A win 
would make the Tigers eligible for a bowl 
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for 263 yards to lead 
the Tigers to a wet 
34-17 win. 

The Tigers 
traveled to Columbia 
to finish the season 
againstthearch-rival 
Gannecocks. 
Carolina junnped to 
an early lead, but 
Raymond Priester 
returned from an 
injury early in the 
second half to spark 
a Tiger comeback. 
The Tigers wore the 
Gamecocks out, amassing 323 yards rushing, led by Emory Smith's 
101 yards on 12 carries. Freshman sensation Anthony Simmons 
tallied 19 tackles to lead the Tiger defense. 

The 38-17 win gave the Tigers a five game winning streak to 
close out the regular season. They finished 8-3, including an impressive 
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Clemson football is a favored tradition for 
many Clemson alumni and students. The thrill 
and enthusiasm of 
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game has 
attracted a numberof 
fans from all over the 
country. 

Football has 
been a sport at 
Clemson University 
for 100 years. On 
Saturday, October 7, 
1995 the Centennial 
Kickoff game was 
played in Death 
Valley. The Tigers 
hosted the Bulldogs 
from the University of 
Georgia. The 

weather was clear 
and cool, perfect for 
this rivalry. In order 
to build up spirit and 
to celebrate the 
centennial, the 
football team wore 
theuniformsfromthe 
1939 Cotton Bowl. An 
overwhelming 
anticipation plagued the 
crowd as the Tiger 
football team made its way 
down the "hill" just after 
touching Howard's Rock - the source 




of good luck for every Tiger football player. 
Howard's rock has also been a tradition for 

Tiger football players as 
wellasTigerfans. Coach 
Frank Howard only 
wanted the players who 
were going to give 110% 
to touch his rock. This is 
an expectation that 
carries through even 
today from Head Coach 
Tommy West. 

Other aspects of the 
centennial celebration 
included the traditional 
dotting of the I ; the players 
of the '39 football team 
took their places in the 
field. A ceremony of 
fireworks also took place. 
The overall celebration 
continued throughout the 
game, with fireworks 
being set off after every 
touchdown. 

The year long 
Centennial Celebration of 
Clemson football started 

on October 7, 1995 and will run through the 

Homecoming game of 1996. 

ABOVE: The 1995 Tigers played the 
100 Year Centennial game in the original 
Cotton Bowl uniforms once worn by the 
1939 Tigers. 

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RIGHT: The Tigers lost to University of 
Georgia Bulldogs by two points during 
the fourth quarter placed a damper on 
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By Emily McDaniel 

MEN'S TENNIS: The Clemson University. This was his twentieth 

Men's tennis team began the 1995 season. A coach is only as good as his 

season with high expectations. Chuck team is, and this was definitely a great 

Kriese, needing onlytwowinsto become team, 
the winningest coach in ACC history 
stated that "after twenty years, my 

enthusiasm has never been higherabout WOMEN'S TENNIS: The women's 

working with a group of young men." Six tennis team at Clemson University began 

seniors returned from the 1994 season their 1995 season with great hope and 

and were there to lead the team in it's anxiety. They began the season with 

efforts. Along with these seniors, an two impressive wins against Georgia 

excellentfreshmen class including Bruce Tech and Alabama, but dropped the 

Li contributed significantly to the team's next five matches before beating Texas 

success. Li finished the season playing A&M at home. The Tigers were once 

the number three position with an overall again led by Jan Barrett, a Canadian out 

record of 38-13 in singles play. Frank of London, Ontario. She anchored the 

Salazar also added his efforts in doubles number one position on the Clemson 

play with23winsthisyearbyteamingup Lady Tiger's roster and ended the 1995 

with partner Mitch Springelmeyer, a 1 994 season ranked 56'^ according to the ITA 

AII-ACC sophomore from Florence, poll. She collected a 16-1 7 overall record 

South Carolina. This doubles team was and was invited to play at the NCAA 

ranked twelfth according to ITA ranking. Singlestournament in Malibu, California 

ChrisAngell, aseniorfrom Califon, New on May 17-21 , 1995. The team was also 

Jersey anchored the number one ledbyEmmaPeetzandAnnieTrepanier, 

position, ending the 1995 season with both excellent doubles players. Trepanier 

an ITA ranking of 77. Chris Robinson, and Peetz combined for nine doubles 

playing the numberfive position finished wins overall. Melissa Odom also added 

the season 28-14. Of Chris Robinson, to the team's success with a 10-13 | 

Chuck Kriese stated that, "He epitomizes singles record. Lady Tigers coach Andy 

what Clemson tennis is about!" Although Johnston became the second winningest 

Clemson had high expectations, their coach in the ACC with a record of 233- 

season ended on May 6'^ at the NCAA 136 at Clemson University. The Clemson 

Regional tournament in Norfolk, Virginia. Lady Tigers ended their season ranked 

They were defeated by the top-seeded 35"' by the ITA with an 8-13 season 

Duke Blue Devils. They ended the record. Although the results may not be 

season 21-12 overall and were ranked the best, Clemson loss many close 

35"' in the ITApoll. Chuck Kriese became matches and definitely look forward to 

theACC'sall-time winningest coach with greatersuccessnextseason. Good luck 

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Arizona 


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Tennessee 


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6 


6 


Georgia Tech 


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3 


Florida State 


4 


5 


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2 


4 


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3 


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5 


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Alabama 


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Georgia 


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Mississippi 


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Kentucky 


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By John Kwist 



MEN'S SOCCER: The 1995 men's 
soccer team headed into a new era 
under the direction of first-year head 
coach Trevor Adair. Adair led the men's 
team to an impressive 13-4-1 regular 
season record. They were 4-2 in the 
ACC regular season, and lost to Virginia 
in the final round of 
the ACC 

tournament. The 
Tigers then went on 
to the NCAA 
tournament where 
they made an 
impressive showing 
againstThe College 
of Charleston in the 
first round, but 
dropped the second 
game to Southern 
Methodist 
University in Texas. 
Stand-out players 
on this years team 
mcluded Miles 
Joseph, ImadBaba, 

Jamahl Green. Dana Quick, and Danny 
Care. Also freshman stand-out and 
Seneca native, John Wilson, and finally, 
Wolde Harris, who broke Clemson's 
career record for most goals, were 
considered integral parts in the success 
of this year's team. The men's soccer 
team proved — once again — they are a 



force to be reckoned with in the state, the 
conference, and the entire country. 




WOMEN'S SOCCER: Second-year 
coach Tracy Leone led the still-young 

women's soccerteam 
to another successful 
season. The Lady 
Tigers finished the 
regular season at 14- 
6 before losing to 
Maryland in the first 
round of the ACC 
Tournament, and 
then to Texas A & M 
University in the first 
round of the NCAA 
Tournament. Carmie 
Landeen led the Lady 
Tigers in scoring with 
19 goals and four 
assists for 42 points. 
Three Clemson 
players were named 
to the AII-ACC team. They were 
freshman midfielder Sara Burkett, 
sophomore goal-keeper Meredith Mc 
Mullen, and sophomore striker Carmie 
Landeen. In what is only their second 
year of existence. The Lady Tigers are 
poised for greatness as the team grows 
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Maryland 

Wofford 

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North Carolina 

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North Carolina 

UNC-Charlotte 

Virginia 

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South Carolina 

Maryland 

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By Kevi 

The Clemson Basketball team finished the 
regular season with a 17-9 overall record while 
posting a 7-9 in-conference record. TheTigers ranked 
as high as 1 6th in the AP poll this season, and spent 
six weeks in the top 20. the most consecutive weeks 
in the AP top 20 by a Tiger team in nine years. 

Clemson finished in sixth place in the ACC, three 
places higher than the preseason prediction. The 
Tigers started the season with 1 1 straight wins, tied 
for the second best start in Tiger history. They went on 
to beat seven of eight ACC teams during the course 
of the season, including a 55-41 win against No. 6 
Wake Forest. 

The Tigers accomplished this despite season- 
ending injuries to Merl Code, 
and forward Iker Iturbe. 
Clemson guard Bill Harder 
missed four games as well. 

As a result of these 
injuries, Clemson started four 
freshman and one 
sophomore, the youngest 
starting lineup in college 
basketball. Clemson's 
freshmen took the reins in 
style, however, setting a record 
for the highest percentage of 
points scored and rebounds 
collected by a freshman class. 

A key to the Tigers' 
success was their increase in 
size with Harold Jamison, Tom 
Wideman, and Andrius Jurkunas, all three being at 
least 6-foot-8. This helped to give Clemson the third 
best rebound margin in the ACC at +2.2. 

The only sophomore in Clemson's starting five 
was Greg Buckner, who scored the most points by a 
Clemson player in an ACC game in five years with 30 
against N.C. State on Feb. 28th. This was a career 
high for Buckner who also grabbed ten rebounds in 
that contest, giving him his first double-double in an 
ACC game. 

Terrell Mclntyre, named to the ACC All-Rookie 
team this season, scored 29 points in a victory 
against Florida State, the most points by a Clemson 




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freshman since 1983. making him only the fourth 

Clemson freshman to score at least 25 points in a 

single contest. Mel nty re posted three 20-point games 

during the course of the season. 

Jurkunas recorded the most three-point goals 

by a freshman with 41 . He led the team in blocks, 

ranked second in steals, fourth in rebounding, and 

fifth in scoring. 

The Tigers ranked in the top 1 in the nation in 

scoring defense, only allowing 61 .7 points per game. 

They were also one of five teams in the nation with 

a perfect non-conference record. 

Clemson's women's basketball team won the 

first ACC basketball championship in school history 

with wins over UNC, Virginia, and 

Duke. Clemson finished the 

season with a 22-7 record, 9-7 in 

the ACC. That marks the eighth 

time in Jim Davis' nine years as 

head coach that the Lady Tigers 

have won 20 games or more. They 

recorded their 20th win in the first 

round of the ACC tournament with 

a 67-49 win over North Carolina. 

This win against North Carolina 

was the Lady Tigers' 400th all-time 

win. 

Jim Davis won his 200th 

career game on the Division I level 

against Florida State. Davis has a 

208-95 record in his 10th year of 

coaching on the Division I level. 

Under Coach Davis, the Lady Tigers have held 

opponents to 50 points or less 32 times and have 

never allowed an opponent to score 100 points. 

Stephanie Ridgeway led the team in scoring 

with 15.3 points per game and was named to the 

First Team AII-ACC this season. Freshman Itoro 

Umoh was fifth on the team in scoring with 7.0 points 

per game and first in steals with 53 and assists with 

61 . Freshman Amy Geren led the team in three point 

shooting and was named to the ACC All-Freshman 

team. Laura Cottrell led in rebounding with 8.4 

rebounds per game and was named the ACC 

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Winthrop 63 


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Charleston Southern 60 


72 


South Carolina 58 


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Furman 61 


79 


Minnesota 66 


66 


Miami 52 


67 


Campbell 43 


51 


Duke 48 


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Virginia 79 




53 


North Carolina 86 




62 


Florida State 75 




55 


Wake Forest 41 




60 


Maryland 65 




61 


N.C. State 64 




73 


Georgia Tech 70 




53 


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Wofford 28 




51 


Virginia 62 




53 


North Carolina 48 




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Florida State 59 




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82 


Jackson State 46 




85 


Texas-Arlington 72 




63 


Virginia 59 




87 


Florida State 74 




68 


North Carolina 93 




86 


Wake Forest 68 




76 


N.C. State 64 




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Georgia Tech 55 




57 


Virginia 45 




63 


Duke 74 




70 


Florida State 53 




75 


South Carolina 57 




70 


Maryland 53 




72 


Maryland 74 




79 


North Carolina 78 




59 


Wake Forest 58 




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Duke 75 




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Kills, digs, spikes, sets, wins. These 
were all things that the Clemson Lady 
Tigers volleyball team did very well this 
season. With four of its six starters 
returning, the outlookfor the new season 
was very bright. The Lady Tigers were 
led by Julie Rodriguez who was named 
to the 1995 AII-ACC First Team. This 
was herthird consecutive ACC honor. In 
1993, she was named ACC Rookie-of 
the-Year and in 1 994, she was named to 
the AII-ACC Second Team. This definitely 
shows that practice makes perfect. Of 
Julie, coach Hoover says," She keeps 
everyone calm and is consistent." Every 
team needs a leader. Two other Lady 
Tigers, Ashley Self and Michelle Thieke, 
were also named to the 1995 AII-ACC 
Second Team. Ashley is a junior middle 
hitter from Arlington, Texas and was also 
1 995 co-captain. Thieke is a sophomore 
setterfromChatfield, Minnesota. Thieke 
was also the strongest player to ever 
play volleyball at Clemson University. 
She has set three weight room records. 
Stephanie Schultz, a freshman from 
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AII-ACC Freshman Team and also 
named ACC Rookie-of-the-Year. This 
award was voted on by the coaches and 
the Conference office. This is certainly 
a great honor. She was also named 
Rookie-of-the-Week twice this season 
and led the league in hitting percentages 
for most of the Tiger's season. 

The Lady Tigers were coached by 
Jolene Hoover. She entered her third 
year as the coach and has compiled a 
55-16 two year record at Clemson 
University. In her second year at 
Clemson, she was named ACC Coach- 
of-the-Year, and her enthusiasm certainly 
shines through her players. 

In 1995, the Tigers extended their 
schedule to meet such teams as 
Northern Illinois, Oregon, Colorado, and 
Ball State. The Tigers 1995 schedule 
was ranked as the 15th most difficult in 
the country, but they ended the season 
with twenty-three wins. These wins did 
not come without a great deal of 
teamwork and dedication. The success 
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The Clemson Tigers finished the 
indoor track season in eleventh place 
after posting nineteen points atthe NCAA 
IndoorTrackChampionshipsheldatthe 
RCA Dome in Indianapolis, IN. Clemson 
had atrack record on nineAII-Americans 
in one indoor track season. The closest 
Clemson came to receiving that many 
awards in a competition was in 1992, 
whith eight certificates for performances 
in the 55m, the 200m, the 55m high 
hurdles, the 400m, the 800m, and the 
3,000m. 

Duane Ross added to his past 
collection of certificates when he posted 
a fifth place finish in the 55m high hurdle 
finals with a time of 7.25. Tony Wheeler 



received two All- America awards by 
finishing in third place in the 200m dash 
with a time of 20.90, putting him in third 
on Clemson's all-time performance list. 

This was also the second year in a 
row that Clemson Tigers have taken 
home All - America awards for 
performance in the 4x400m relay. 

The outdoor track season was also 
record breaking. Nikki Sims posted a 
new Clemson record when she threw 
theshot put 527 1/4" attheACC Outdoor 
championships in Winston Salem, NC. 

Treshell Mayo ran the 200m dash in 
23.47 at the ACC Outdoor 
Championships. This places hersecond 
on Clemson's All - Time Performance 
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In a Jacksonville news conference on 
Friday, Dec. 1, bowl officials named the 
Syracuse Orangemen as Clemson's 
opponent in the 1996 Toyota Gator Bowl. 

The Orangemen finished the season 
with the same record as the Tigers, 8-3. 
Syracusefinishedthirdinthe Big East behind 
Virginia Tech and Miami. 

This was to be Clemson's seventh 
Gator Bowl. They had a 4-2 record and had 
won the last three Gator 
Bowls they had 
participated in. 

Syracuse had played in 
one Gator Bowl. They 
lost to Tennessee, 1 8- 
12, in 1966. This was 
their first bowl 
appearance in three 
seasons. They finished 
7-4 last season, butthey 
were not selected for a 
bowl after losing their 
last four contests. 

A fourth straight 
Gator Bowl win was not 
to be for the Tigers, 
however. Over 30,000 
raging Tiger fans stared 
inbewildermentastheSyracuseOrangemen 
handily disposed of a football team that 
looked reminiscentofthe 1994 season when 
the offense was struggling severely. 

The Orangemen pounded the Tiger 
offense behind the line of scrimmage and 
ripped holes into the Tiger secondary, which 
was rated sixth in the country in pass defense 
coming into the game. 

"We're very disappointed in the way we 
played and I take full responsibility for that," 
said coach West. "A lot of people followed 
this team down and they didn't get what they 




deserved." 

No words of wisdom could be spoken 
nor an explanation given for the Tigers' 41 -0 
loss to Syracuse even though the Orangemen 
were two-pointunderdogsforoverfive weeks 
prior to the game. 

"It was a day where I don't believe we 
could have done a whole lot more wrong, 
and Syracuse played really good ," said West. 
"I'm very disappointed in myself that I didn't 

do a better job of 
preparing (the Tigers) 
forthisfootballgame. I 
apologize to the 
Clemson people." 

This marked the 
worst defeat that the 
Tigers endured since 
an embarrassing 57-0 
blasting at Florida 
State in 1993 under 
former coach Ken 
Hatfield. 

'The attitudes in 
practice were great, 
and I thought we were 
ready and prepared. 
Once we got out here, 
we didn't do anything 
we were taught. We were confused; everyone 
on the team did their share of not executing," 
said Nealon Greene. 

"We went downhill today. This wasn't 
Clemson to go out there and play like we did 
on national TV." 

All the Tgers can do now is leave the 
1 996 Gator Bowl in the past and remember 
what it took to get there. "I learned that to be 
a playmaker, you have to come up big in the 
big games," said Greene. "Nobody on this 
team including myself played at their best, 
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Pettigrew, Shelly Perron, Wendy Crumpler, Lori Turner, Marisa Drnevich, Keely Wyatt, Jennifer Sofio, Jennifer 
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Crawford, Jennifer Duncan, Beth Hoover, Erin Williamson, Amy Paramenter, Laurie Noonan. SIXTH ROW: 
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Michelle Paris, Sally Ann Kivet, Bridgette Boy, Jill Todd, Heather Graham. SEVENTH ROW: Kristen Skipper, 
Kristen Stevenson, Mandy Robinson, Jamie Setzler, Stacie Pye, Kara Emmerling, Kelly Rhodes, Jenn Jamison, 
Meredith Starkey, Brantlie Wolfe. 





FIRST ROW: Amy Hamilton (V.P. Education), Emily Harrison (Membership 
Development), Anna Crawford (V.P. Fraternity Relations), Nicole Parris (V.P. 
Intellectual Development), Jenny Miley (Rush Chairman). SECOND ROW: Amy 
Lefler (Panhellenic), Julie Griffin (Communications), Beth Halsey (President), Marisa 
Drnevich (V.P. Finance), Heather Dotson (V.P. Chapter Relations). 



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Cowden, Jaclyn Jonas, Sharon Hazel, Katie Ferraris, Cortney Kinney, Danielle Doolin, Anna Reeves, Greta 
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Allison Watts, Heather McCoy, Andrea Wahler, Caroline Smith, Mary Frances Kerr, Amanda King, Kristin 
Brown, Kendall Fant, Amy Cloaninger, Jocelyn Rodgers, Meredith Chandler, Suzanne Gramling, Tracy 
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Backer, Rachel Suppinger, Lynnette Barrs, Anselle Blackmon, Katie Odem, Jodie Farthling, Heather 
Villeponteaux, Meredith Watson, Elizabeth Harris, Ginny Finley, Kate Eller, Rhonda Murray, Tina Phelps, 
Jeannie Noren, Courtney Sullivan, Ellen Corley, Anna Chetwood, McCay Higgins, Susan Hale, Erin Eads, Kelly 
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Callahan, Jenny Bova, Henn Conroe, Clare Sterling, Lauren Craighead, Neal Cecil, Holly Brown, Jamie Ankey, 
Millie Feagin, Liz Jacobs, Nancy Peters, Jennifer Zier, Becky Hall, Wendy Phillips, Rannsey Bova, Marni 
Vincent, Wendy Peters, Kiersten Gens, Anitra Turner, Rhonda Kirk. FIFTH ROW: Cameron Crawford, 
Stephanie Rayburn, Heather Widman, Kelly Rosenlund, Jennifer Rowell, Ashley Cropp, Mary Traywick, 
Michelle Skowysz, Meredith McKenney, Beth McCoy, Amy Tishler, Melanie Ralston, Allison Aldridge, Julie 
Anderson, Terri White, Laura Gaeta, Lisa Gooldrup, Lindsay Buckner, Erica Wilson, Kathryn Taylor, Ashley 
Gordon, Angela White, Laura Harrill, Janet Burtnett. SIXTH ROW: Tiel Terry, Leigh Griswold, Rebecca Lovell, 
Mandy King, Loran Cleveland, Jen Melton, Kristi Derikart, Rachel DeBrauwere, Ashely Clanton, Laura Riddle, 
Celeste Scott, Holly Simons, Anna Lorie Ayer, Cecilie Broome, Tina Gaeta, Sarah Roach, Shannon Smith, 
Britton Copeland, Kimberly Clark, Prentice Dobson, Betsy Allen, Mary Margaret Johnson, Shannon Bilby, Jen 
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Steven Mills, Anderson Bonar, Jason Thompson, Kevin Post, Lee Todd, Steve Gallo, Frank 
Arnold, Jeff Sheets, Jason Dukes. THIRD ROW: David Clemens, Kevin Koshar, John 
McDonald, Stefan Berdfeldt, Jason Alizzi, Ben Fischer, Dan Lewis, Matthew Jillson. FOURTH 
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Hunter Montgomery. 




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FIRST ROW: Rudy Simmons, Jabberia Miller, Lawton Brown, Bobby Clark (Advisor). SECOND ROW: 
Ryan Heyward, Zachery Williams, Rodney Dinkins, Mervin Williams, Harold Coleman. THIRD ROW: 
Christopher Timmons, Daryl Davis, Andre Wilson, Nicholas Kinlaw. FOURTH ROW: Lewandoski Bryson, 
William Robison, Mark Benjamin, Jehrionne Reed. FIFTH ROW: Edric Stephens, Horace Jenkins, Rodney 
Sarton, David Butts, Reggie Keys, Chhs Kelly. 



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Humphries, Todd Allen, Greg Huddy, Scott Wallace, Scott Engel, David DiStefano, Kevin Falls, Shane White, Eric 
Shell, Hammond Smith, Chris Kirkley. SECOND ROW: Tim Henderson, Scott Black, Seth Williams, Denny Kolhoff, 
Jeff Todd, Chris Smith. THIRD ROW: Sloan Smith, Dave Smith, Tony Villani, Mike Rosenbaum, Rob Townsend, 
E.J. Howard, Kyle Henderson, Ben Harris, Mike Rogers. FOURTH ROW: Chuck Elfert, A.J. Foard, Dave Walker. 
NOT PICTURED: Scott Gregory, Todd Centurino, Taylor Holmes, Eric Koplovsky, John Rymsha, Ryan Caldwell, 
Kurt Limpert, Shane White Sr., Matt Ryan, Kevin Enger, Dale Oulette, Jon Beckman, Justin Cooper, Tommy 
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O'Brien, Jessica Giaria, Kenzie Isman, Annalise Sorensen, Sara Kendall, Megan Hackler. SECOND ROW: 
Melissa Meyers, Genevieve Stratos, Jill Josey, Erin Sine, J. J. Wagner, Chaney Hott, Garni Homan, Jennifer 
McGlure, Kerri Stechauner, Mandy Rowland, Cathy Hoyt, Stephany Carroll, Chisty Homewood, Bria Boydston, 
Melanie Galberry. THIRD ROW: Laura Serayderian, Liz Story, Sara Patterson, Melissa Vanderbrook, Ashton 
Dilard, Wendy Wei, Kathleen Anderson, Lee Anderson, Caroline Dominick, Jen O'Kelley, Stacy Eickhoff, 
Christine Clermont, Christine Myrtle, Laurie Dehaumer, Mary Richardson, Mandy Lintzenich, Jocelyn Persunjer, 
Katie Riggs. FOURTH ROW: Laurie Campanaro, Catherine Martin, Courtney Leonard, Sarah Engle, Shelia 
Lockhardt, Leigh Ebersole, Caroline Martin, Emily Cohn, Gretchen Golden, Laurie Ried, Mary Coble, Jamie 
Shaw, Robin Hyde, Jen Whitenight, Chelsie Brownell. FIFTH ROW: Sara Hendrix, Melinda Papciak, Brantley 
Epps, Lindsay Gaddis, Abby Mclnuny, Andrea Kolarsick, Kristyn Russo, Suzanne Foley, Kate Dizillo, Kathy 
Haycock, Ashley Ballard, Nancy Motes, Anne Gallagher, Kelsey Huddleston, Marie Martin, Julie Schoen. 
SIXTH ROW: Kelly Bengier, Kim Cribb, Erin Cannon, Kristen Nelson, Erin Meehan, Rochelle Rodgers, Ashley 
Heath, Laura Mills, Kirstie Cox, Laurie Lieberman, Diane Ryan, Amanda Graves, Tricia Allison. SEVENTH 
ROW: Heather Oakley, Cydney McAdams, Jennie Vogel, Allyson McKibbin, Ashleigh Anderson, Mandy 
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Susan Burr, Amanda Darby, Amber Sauinders, Anna Budd, Melissa St. John, Sue Daniel, Terri Betris, Allison 
Berry, Allison Leclair. NINTH ROW: Marissa Sanders, Kristi Rennie, Rebecca Winn, Mitra Faili, Allyson 
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Eaton (Sargent-At-Arms). SECOND ROW: Jay Dickinson, Mike Maggipisto, Eric Ramsey, Rud Hopkins. 
THIRD ROW: Matt Cyr, Jason Koye, Ben Powell, Doug Cullinan, Chris Mathey, Tom Corbin, Sean Keegan, 
Patrick Summerour, Stan Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Dave Johnson, Brian Tripp, Ryan Sousa, Tom Martin, Adam 
Eldridge, Joe Skladonick, Shane Norris, Eric Weinig. FIFTH ROW: Mike Zaffutto, Bill Barnes, Brian Ingram, 
Clay Caldwell, Andrew Cobin, George Kolcun, Arron Warren, Bill Faye. SIXTH ROW: John Birkhead, Scott 
Trescott, Clayton Parrish, Eric Bender, Doug Elia, Matt Cox. SEVENTH ROW: H. Spenkle, Joel Torielli, Mike 
Alber. EIGHTH ROW: Mark Taylor, Jason Bell. 



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FIRST ROW: Karen White, Kim Love, Lenee Washington, Jena Brewer, Shelanda Deas, Shenicka Hill. 
SECOND ROW: Yowanda Parnell, Devonya Clinkscales, Alfreada Walker, April Henry, Glastrola Keith, Denise 
Dawson. THIRD ROW: Meca Sullivan, Monica Ashley, Valerie Thigpin, Tanjanika Fishbourne, Terri Hightower. 



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FIRST ROW: Amy Batcheldor, Ashley Prickett, Katherine Nelson, Kathy Kugley, Evan Lee, Brandie 
Thorton, Shayne Park, Ivy Jamison, Mary Kate Dillard, Katie Pfrommer, Lindsay Stovall, Pam Davis, Caroline 
Pinkney, Nevitte Swink. SECOND ROW: Suzanne Spalding, Mary Rutledge Fowler, Kate Whitacre, Catherine 
Collins, Lacey Hogan, Donna Smoke, Sarah VanDuzer, Katherine Nauss. Mary Carol Younginer, Jennifer 
Nelms, Caroline Tompson, Allison Morrow. THIRD ROW: Jennie Culbertson, Jennifer Bengard, Nina Ducate, 
Kristen Hazel, Ashlie Burnette, Natalie McDaniel, Joanna Smith, Maggie McGee Cam Miot. FOURTH ROW: 
Merideth Land, Jennifer Williams, Holly Whelan, Stacy Buchanan, Sarah Martin, Corrine Dreher, Brittany 
Vandenberg, Paige Dugger, Catherine Strange, MaryKirk Johnston, Elizabeth Allen. FIFTH ROW: Amy 
Campbell, Caroline Manor, Kathryn Stevenson, Brucie Weavil, Kathy Berry, Kirsten Purdy, Nancy Hood, Leah 
Ethridge, Amy Hazel. SIXTH ROW: Liz McCue, Ashley Bryant, Missy Collins, Leslie Sturtevant, Kimberly 
Clough, Sarah Delaney, Kim Larson. SEVENTH ROW: Wendy Drake, Catherine Cutler, Hayden Hesse, Anna 
Marchant, Megan Ducate, Farrah McCauley, Ginny Stafford, Marie Nance. EIGHTH ROW: Elizabeth Koches, 
Elisa Miot, Jenny Austin, Lynn Cobb. NINTH ROW: Stephanie Morris, Suzanne Buck, Lori Pusser, Ashley 
Gatlin, Wendy Steele, Elizabeth Cate, Sara Martinelli, Julie Brown, Sarah Bostic. 




FIRST ROW: Mary Kate Dillard, Evan Lee, Brandie Thorton, Ivy Jamison, 
Shayne Park, Paige Dugger, Allison Morrow. SECOND ROW: Kathy Kugley, 
Nevitte Swink, Catherine Collins, Lacey Hogan, Jennifer, Nelms, Mary Carol 
Younginer, Katherine Nauss, Caroline Tompson, Kelly Cannon THIRD ROW: 
Joanna Smith, Sarah Vanduzer, Nina Ducate, Kristen Hazel, Jennifer Bengard, 
Donna Smoke. 




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FIRST ROW: Cara Baumhardt, Kyra Lutz, Leigh Bayer, Carolanne Mines, Andrea Freeman, Sabina Gill, 
Addy Schmitz, Chandra McCall, Caroline Kurz, Joy Scurry, Wylie Cox. Kimberly Black. SECOND ROW: Jodi 
Moehring, Heather Strickland, Shannon Snider, Jill Schmidt, Jenny Stum, Carey Ciffo, Cindy Demian, Jenny 
Livingston, Lori Young, Liz Newton, Tiffany Kirkland. THIRD ROW: Susan Thomason, Meredith Baka, Kristi 
Sasser, Lori Aiken, Kate McQueen, Mellissa Flack, Chris Gore, Karen Anderson, Donna Ferrando. Kristin 
Zygar. FOURTH ROW: Chanle' White, Amanda Johnson, Kim Murphy, Melissa Wutsch. Shannon Dupler, 
Jenny Currie. FIFTH ROW: Emily Jackson, Maureen McNally, Andrea White, Stephanie Waites, Rachel Poll, 
Beth Lizun, Tara Burke, Dawn Chyiko, Keri Heye. SIXTH ROW: Ehn Ford, Jackie Talbert, Kelly Dorn, Carrie 
Gallicchio, Nicole Silkworth, Ellen Witherspoon, Erin Franklin, Megan Hesse, Michelle Johnson, Amy Hogberg, 
Angie Berry. SEVENTH ROW: Val Serijan, Kristin Bono, Megan Neville, Ann Lilly, Katie Meyers. EIGHTH 
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FIRST ROW: Kyra Lutz, Caroline Kurz, Sabina Gill, Carolanne Mines, Wylie 
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FIRST ROW: Mark Kwist, Alex McKinney, Lee Nickles, Scott Koenig, Michael Colwell, Patrick McElderry, 
Charles Harris. SECOND ROW: Edward Gunter, Ben Lagrange, Jeff Wheeler, James Pitts, Tommy Haff, 
Michael Bonnette. THIRD ROW: Bill Mac, Wesley Denton, Scott Ashely, Tony Kinder, Rob LeMaster. 
FOURTH ROW: Jason Bagley, Ben Coates, Brian Martin, Thomas Quisenberry, Lee Green, Chad Keith. 
FIFTH ROW: Jeff Jeffcoat. Chandler Owen, Christopher Chestnut. SIXTH ROW: Eric Dakake, Lowell Haynes, 
Rob Carptner, Ryan Yurchaba, Charles Kuykendall. SEVENTH ROW: Mike Bryant, Greg Wilson, Matt 
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Jackson, Stephanie Miller, Nanette Falb, Caryne Mesquita, Audrey Bohachic, Naikia Wrenn, Melinda Nease, 
Caria Lapsley, Andrea Steer, Amy Cawthon. SECOND ROW: Christie Long, Tamara Hilburn, Fredda Manley, 
Rebecca Goodman, Suzanne York, Rebecca O'Connor, Jennifer Bonette, Wendy Wardlaw, Brandi Estes, 
Miriam Rowland, Danielle DeRoia. THIRD ROW: Christine Brown, Tania Schlise, Phyllis McCurry, Shannon 
Dominick, June Weitz, Emily McDanial, Ann Loftis, DeedeeTownsend, Karen Ober. FOURTH ROW: Mollie 
Terry, Margaret Thrailkill, Jennifer Byers, Susan White, Jennifer Martin, Lisa McAlister, Jennifer Brenchko. 
FIFTH ROW: Heather Sarratt, Erin Johnston, Melody Noland, Ann Billian, Kim Willis, Rebecca Garner, Christie 
Hyde, Allison Mathews. SIXTH ROW: Amanda Silverstein, Catherine Chau, Wendy Stertz, Patricia King, Tillia 
Wrenn, Stacy Powell, Angela Fisher, Wendy Windsor. SEVENTH ROW: Chris Ravan, Missy Riley, Kelly Hall, 
Allison Jackson, Leslie Barns, Kelli Broughman, Stephanie Moore, Suzy Sanford. EIGHTH ROW: Michelle 
Brown, Jennifer Robinson, Ashley Guffee, Molly Maybry, Lauren Aull, Anna White, Patti Blessing, Laura 
Goodson. 



OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Stephanie Miller (Membership 
V.P.), Caryne Mesquita (President), Audrey Bohachic 
(Parlaimentarian). SECOND ROW: Ann-Margaret Corley 
(Corresponding Secretary), Jennifer Jackson (Fundraiser 
Chariperson),NaikiaWrenn (Treasurer), Nanette Falb (Recording 
Secretary), Melinda Nease (Service V.P.), Amy Cawthon (Service 
V.P.). THIRD ROW: Andrea Steer (Historian), Anne-LiseTretola 
(National Representative), Chandra Kreuzer (Social Chairperson), 
Caria Lapsley (Alumni Liason), Caroline Tyler (Public Relations 
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SENIORS: FIRST ROW: Ann-Margaret Corley, Wendy Wardlaw, Stephanie 
Miller, Chandra Noel Kreuzer, Brandi Estes, Danielle DeRoia, Tania Schlise, 
June Weitz. SECOND ROW: Karen Ober, Jennifer Jackson, Rebecca 
O'Connor, Caryne Mesquita, Jennifer Bonnette, Tamara Hilburn, Miriam 
Rowland. THIRD ROW: Christine Brown, Phyllis McCurry, Shannon Dominick, 
Jennifer Beyers, Melinda Nease, Caroline Tyler. FOURTH ROW: Christine 
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Ford, Meredith Bushing, Beth Sarratt, SECOND ROW: Ashley Williamson, Allison Gouge, Stephanie Padgett, 
Lori Chapman, Jill Szczesny, Lauren Thomson, Amie Grimes, Jackie Oxford, Amy Southern, Summer Harrell, 
Michelle Stith, Julie Purdy, Kim Zimmerman, Emily Hanaver, Rebekah Truesdale, Cortney Giardino, Stacy 
Smith. THIRD ROW: Sally Johnson, Sally Whalen, Rebecca Wilson, Sheri Anderson, Satcie Williams, Meredith 
Warren, Kelly Schmidt, Allison Kaylor, Amy Dries, Julie Lukker, Amy Hoye, Kim Bryson, Stacie Darr, Stacey 
Smoyer, Lee Anne Jones, Emily Dillard, Stephanie Shum. FOURTH ROW: Darcy Strong, Toney Fallow, Melissa 
Bowie, Kelly Garden, Gail Addison, Jen Moon, Kari Vance, Kimberley Toulbee, Kristen Bycroft, Jenni Dobbins, 
Erin Manahan, Claire Vaughters, Liese Snode, Leslie Gray, Angela Rock, Michelle Doolittle.Alissa Bowman, 
Amanda DeYoung, Vicki Perric, Pam Stogner. FIFTH ROW: Erin McCall, Kerri Donahue, Melanie Lambardo, 
Erin McGuigan, Megan Shelby, Rosanne Anton, Melissa Taylor, Ellen Holbrook, Kim Keller, Megan Skutta, Mitzi 
Lincoln, Erin Hickey, Lynn Hayes, Laura Gleckel, Jessica Sampler, Sunah Kim, Leslie Coker, Robyn Saulitis, 
Jen Cavanagh, Ann Farrell, Maureen Wingfield, Carrie Connelly. SIXTH ROW: Andi McGrady, Jessica 
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Strong, Laura Gleckel, Megan Skutta, Erin Hickey, Lynn Hayes. SECOND ROW: 
Pam Stogner, Jessica MacMullen, Melanie Lambardo, Sunah Kim, Stacie Williams, 
Sally Johnson, Sheri Anderson. THIRD ROW: Stephanie Snethen, Carrie Connelly, 
Erin McGuigan, Kim Boyd, Mitzi Lincoln, Sally Whalen, Ann Farrell, Leslie Coker, 
Jen Cavanagh. FOURTH ROW: Amanda DeYoung, Rosanne Anton, roby Saulitis, 
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FIRST ROW: Lee Brewer, Margaret Rowland, Brooke Battaglia, Debbie Chaklas, Angie Sellars, Gina 
Sewell, Debbie Carbone, Christy Chatellier, Kristen Frasier, Karen Godsey, Allie Deland, Jane Cramer, Brandy 
Burmgarner. SECOND ROW: Jill Lawson, Alison Whetstone, Dawn Woods, Jennifer Saylors, Christy Deland, 
Kelly Stillwagon, Kathy Irvin, Jen Shore, Jenny Gossett, Susan McCrary, Leighann Lawyer, Regan Hodges. 
THIRD ROW: Sarah Hall, Nancy Hodge, Cheryl Heuer, Melissa Pickard, Becca Bartless, Dori Futch, Gwen 
Malone, Lori Reeves, Allison Lynam, Amy Tooke, Ashley Smith, Kelly Snelling, Stacey Grabiner, Mandy Lenoci, 
Sue Connel. FOURTH ROW: Laura Hook, Amy Bailey, Erin Sullivan, Nicole Cooper, Jill Kaufman, Leighann 
Preacher, Tara Bush, Lori Rabon, Holly Majka,TrudeMolin,JenniferCondon, Anne Adams. FIFTH ROW: Amy 
Balcome, Tessa Rupple, Chrissy Baldwin, Joanna Salis, Katie Simmons, Kristina Roof. Carrie Nixon, Sarah 
Bettie, Tonya Singleton, Alison Biondi, Jackie Wisler, Jennifer Woodall. SIXTH ROW: Casey McGee, Lenzie 
Phelps, Sara Moore, Amy Perri, Traci Crenshaw, Ashley Mohr, Kim Moore, Jill Wasilnak. SEVENTH ROW: 
Tracy Murphy, Sarah Barrett, Liz Cantey, Kristen Chung, Meredith Harmon, Vitre Ravenel, Emily O' Tuel, Julie 
Siman, Julie Sparks, Laura Doneghue, Kimberly Johnson. 




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FIRST ROW: Karen Godsey (House), Julie Sparks (Vice-President Development), Amy Tooke (President), 

Sarah Hall (Vice-President 
External Relations), Christy 
Deland (Public Relations), 
Katie Simmons 

(Administrative Secretary), 
Kristen Frasier (Assistant 
Social). SECOND ROW: 
Laura Doneghue (Recording 
Secretary), Cheryl Heuer 
(Social), Melissa Pickard 
(Assistant Scholarship), 
Nancy Hodge (Risk 
Management), Jenny Gossett 
(Ritualist), Julie LaManna 
(Finance Deputy), Erin 
Sullivan (Purchase Fund). 
THIRD ROW: Laura Hook 
(Editor), Becca Bartless 
(Historian), Jackie Wisler 
(Scholarship), Liz Cantley 
(Activities). 

FIRST ROW: Jill 
Lawson, Angle Sellars, Gina 
Sewell, Christy Chatellier, 
Kristen Fraiser, Susan 
McCrary, Cathy Irvin, Kelly 
Stillwagon. SECOND ROW: 
Becca Bartless, Melissa 
Pickard, Debbie Carbone, 
Kimberly Johnson, Amy 
Balcome, Sarah Hall, Alison 
Whetstone. THIRD ROW: 
Jackie Wisler, Jill Kaufman, 
Dori Futch, Julie Sparks, 
Amy Tooke, Jill Wasilnak, 
Kim Moore. 




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Gamma 




FIRST ROW: Jenny Cribb (Rush Chair), Sara Ziemer (Recording Secretary), 
Liz Luchini (Social Chair), Katie Calvert (Activities), Shelley Ricketts (Vice Resident 
- Organization), Keri Humphries (Scholarship), Laura Cobb (Philanthropy), Robyn 
Flandry (Fraternity Education), Alicia Richardson (Recording Secertary). SECOND 
ROW: Megan Mclntyre (Panhellenic Delegate), Tiffanie Collins (Registar), Jennifer 
Torr (Vice President - Standards), Amanda Sarvis (Pledge Educator), Elizabeth 
Moore (President), Lanie Shuler (House Chair), Lauren Rounsville (Public Relations), 
Robin Webster (Treasurer). 



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FIRST ROW: Laurel Fauber, English Springs, Kathy Forbes, Tiffany Chellis, 
Michelle Shier. SECOND ROW: Allison Sturgis, Jenny Cribb, Cari Husovitz, Laura 
Dellinger, Jennifer Torr, Andrea Belle, Susan Gallager. THIRD ROW: Jeanne 
Williams, Blair Barre, Tonja Schwab, Robin Webster, Heather Hester, Jennifer 
Fuller, Sara Poe, Cam Jones, Kelly Reagan. 



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FIRST ROW: Ranae Rosenfeld, Christy Brockman, Tonya Williamson, Michelle Boozer, Stacey Heimberger, 
Candice Crisman, Gail Green, Amanda Travis, Tiffany Matthews, Jen White, Allison McAlister, Jen Diak, Ashlee 
Osborne, Malee Free, Lisa Davis, Meredith Dyar. SECOND ROW: Kacy Jenkins, Gwynn Suber, Brandi James, 
Mary Elizabeth Bennett, Kim Knight, Meg Gathright, Marijon Hardy, Alexis Theiling, Kim Taylor, Whitney 
Chappell, Sara Jenkins, Jennifer Mills. THIRD ROW: Kelly Varcho, Jennifer Bowie, Meredith Buckner, 
Stephanie Brabham, Kelly Hole, Rachel Bienvenue, Tracy Wright, Joellen Garunski, Emily Hammond, Michelle 
Brourton. FOURTH ROW: Lauren Wilson, Nicole Ditoro, Laurie King, Emily Parsons, Natalie Donaruma, 
Melissa Dubuque, Stacey Werts, Lisa Ducas, Becky Helms. FIFTH ROW: Melinda Theiling, Angel Cavendar, 
Jenny Eldridge, Jennifer Eldelstein, Amy Glushco. SIXTH ROW: Summer Hobbs, Donna Hayes, Julie Kilby, 
Shannon Teague, Cari Mack, Kristie Hill, Jamie Bingham, Angela Rogers. SEVENTH ROW: Beth Hall, Jill 
Goodson, Suzanne Todd, Libby Dennis, Elissa Nauful, Heather Smith, Liz Holmes, Amanda Shepherd, 
Caroline Powell, Amanda Gastaur, Lori Rutkowski. EIGHTH ROW: Allison Ankuta, Beth Bowie, Lisa Beebe, 
Emily Van Dyke, Jen Divita, Ris Brande, Becky Osbourne, Kathehne Roenfelt. NINTH ROW: Erin McNamara, 
Amanda Ellington, Carry Moody, Jesse Peterson, Sheri Lyn Vien, Sara Pfiffer. 






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FIRST ROW: Jesse Peterson, Kim Knight, Sarah Jenkins, Stephanie Brabham, 
Meg Gathhght. SECOND ROW: Summer Hobbs, Kristie Hill, Kelly Hole, Allison 
Ankuta. 



Kappa Sigma 




FIRST ROW: Kemp Wilson (Guard), Bill Wilkins (Grand Treasurer), John Donovan (Grand Procurator), 
Chris League (Grand Master), Chris Woods (Grand Master of Ceremonies), Kevin Manwaring (Grand Scribe), 
Ryan Rosenfeld (Guard). SECOND ROW: Clay Cavanaugh, Matt Farr, David Wells, Timmy EIrod, Joe 
Beckneii, Reid Townsend, Lee Williams, Kirk Askins. THIRD ROW: Bryan Young, Ryan Summey, Andy 
Merrick, Marc Brewer, Ryan Newton, Brad Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: Weston Hopkins, Greg Hertwig, Wade 
Connor, Josh Ward, Derek Mathis, Chad Walker. FIFTH ROW: Joey Gasque, Peter Couchell, Scott 
Sappenfield, Ryan Grove, Eric Simonton, Matt Covington, Jerrod Beddingfield, Brent Dampier. SIXTH ROW: 
Eric Kirkman, Butch Bost, Trey Riggin, Carter Hollis, Andy Nelms, George Kelada, Christian Hendricks, Michael 
Parent, Anthony Stith. 

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FIRST ROW: Ozzie Balaban, 
Blake Buchanan, Mark Hammond, 
Casey Forrest, Mike Walzak, David 
Rosenbaum, Matt McGinley, Daniel 
Jones, Mark Weiland, Craig Healy. 
SECOND ROW: Forest Woodward, 
Tripp Harper, Mike Cantrell, Fred 
Seller, Guy Williams, Andras Bende, 
T. J. Way, Owen Driskill, Dan Heuer, 
Josh Howard. THIRD ROW: Bobby 
DeNicola, Josh Hackney, Jason 
Wilson, Christopher Litwin, Zac 
Parker. FOURTH ROW: Zach 
Overby, Chal Brasington, Jarrod 
Falcon, Shawn Edwards, Keith 
Jordan, Brian Coker, Ken Cole, 
Michael Opalski, Brandon Scott, 
Jacques Reynolds, Mac McAlpine. 
FIFTH ROW: Zane Whiteley, Rob 
Rozetar, Matthew Smothers, Greg 
Jawski, Adam Busch, Jim Smith, Matt 
Hills, Bryan Cully, Seth Fowler, Keith 
May. SIXTH ROW: Neil Struby, 

Colin Hendrickson, Rob Christie, Michael McCollum, Kelly Baeder, Cory Radigan, Andy Brown, Michael Bardford, 

Bryan Hoffman, Joey Rhodes, Jason Richardson. 




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FIRST ROW: Ozzie Balaban, Chal Brasington, Blake 
Buchanan, Casey Forrest, Mike Walzak, David Rosenbaum, 
Matt McGinley, Daniel Jones, Mark Weiland. SECOND 
ROW: Tripp Harper, Mike Cantrell, Fred Soller, Guy Will- 
iams, Andras Bende, T. J. Way, Owen Driskill, Dan Heuer. 






Phi Kappa Tau 




FIRST ROW: Todd Paige, Scott Pavao, Eric Lawless, Adam Goetz, Joe Seaman, Ed Zelasko, Chris 
Drawdy. SECOND ROW: Rusty Guill (Advisor), Michael Yabsley, Rodney Aspiras, Scot Cole, Mike Todd, 
David Fisher, Mathew Demetriades. THIRD ROW: Alex Cruz, Steve Forstchen, Joe Doyle, Chip Broome, 
Daniel Nix, Tom Aten, Jonathan Edwards, Jeremy Ward. FOURTH ROW: Andy Jones, Michael Warren, Geoff 
Dunckley, Doug Lichtenberg, Brian Sheehy, Dave Hill, Chip Testerman, Jacob Mellin. 



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FIRST ROW: Todd Paige (Risk Management), Joe Seaman (Rush Chairman), 
Chris Drawdy (Vice-President of Alumni Relations), Mike Todd (Scholarship 
Chairman). SECOND ROW: Eric Lawless (Vice-President), Adam Goetz (President), 
Scott Pavao (Secretary), Ed Zelasko (Membership Orientarion). 



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Pi Kappa Phi 




FIRST ROW: Andrew Drake, Eric Curtis, Doug Danowski, BJ Laterveer, Pat Michales, Jason McMillian, 
Brina Ediinski, Jeff Singer, Shea Hedinger (Sweetheart - Delta Delta Delta), Ryan Woodruff, John Spitz, Bill 
Stork, Danny Frick, Mike Puleo, David Johnson, Kris Krauszer, Steve Bryans. SECOND ROW: Todd Beak, 
Todd Lee, Ryan McKinney, Brian Harris, Nolan Dean, Seth Ulinski, John Bradford, Mark Moehring, Clay 
Hayden, Jim Heil, Brandon Keener, Drew Dobson, Raymond Danker, Sean Pasqua, Brent Faulkner, Reggie 
Bell, Aaron Stefanides. THIRD ROW: Jason Law, Shelby Bartley, Steven West, Chad Hodge. Paul Burbage. 
Zach Horton, Clay Kirkley, John Hunter, Doug Lozner, Somxay Sengchan, Mike Turner, Todd Wolff, Derek 
Croley, Ryan Kirby, Tripp Doseman, Wes Connor, Rush Watson, Raymond Taylor, Scott Collins, Dennis 
Mitchell, Patrick Stewart, Mike Kelly Brent Cromer, Kris Blakeney, Adam Cole, Devin Reilly, Thomas Holcombe, 
Jim Davidson, Garth Castle, Allen Derham, Andy Kimball, David Crandall. 



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FIRST ROW: Brandon Keener (Historian), Jason Law (Secretary), John 
Bradford (Vice Archon), Mark Moehring (Archon), Wes Connor (Treasurer), Jason 
Stever (Warden), Rush Watson (Chaplain). 




FIRST ROW: Kris Krauszer, Pat Michaels, David Johnson, Mike Puleo, Danny 
Frick, Drew Drake, Steve Bryans, Jeff Singer, Eric Curtis, Brent Faulkner. SECOND 
ROW: Regie Bell, Todd Lee, Ryan Woodruff, John Spitz, BJ Laterveer, Doug 
Danowski, Bill Stork, Brian Ediinski, Todd Lee, Jason McMillan. 



Pi Kappa Alpha 



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FIRST ROW: Ben Kraddock, Matt Costanzo, Jason Largey, Mike Waldrop, A.G. Barlow, Jason Hayes. 
Jason Pennypacker, Matt Wease. SECOND ROW: Doug McCall, Clif Turner, Brody Kramer, Ryan Radding, 
Eric Shuflet, James Anderson. THRID ROW: Adam Funk, Kevin Ritter, Travis Abercrombie, Dave Blanchard, 
Blake Thomas, Will Johnson, Ryan Montgomery, Chris Bishop. FOURTH ROW: John Whetzell, Brandon 
Templeton, Bubba Brilton, Dax Nummy, James Schwartz, Luke Emmerling, Alec Brock. FIFTH ROW: Jason 
Likas, Davie Thornton, Heath Muzslay, Jeff Tofaute, Shane Ackerman, Chris Price, Jason Martin. SIXTH ROW: 
Weston Blackwood, Ryan Reeves, Matt Hawthorne, Brock Parker, Ethan Bellamy, Chhs Hatt, Eric Jorden, Kyle 
Parker, Trevor Mendehlson. SEVENTH ROW: Tripp Young, John Hull, Eric Miller, Andy Correll, Hank Foy, 
Mackensie Solomons, Clint Calvert, Todd Winski, Brad Banks. EIGTH ROW: Tripp Ward, Craig Spadaro, Mark 
Young, Ryan Aumann, Jaosn Yert, Eric Pennypacker, Mike O'Howell, James Shultnick, Joe Bergman, Jason 
Gentry. NINTH ROW: Jarred Garraux, Mike Rider, Ryan Newell, Jason Shaloly, Jay O'Dell. 



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FIRST ROW: Jason Likas, Clif Turner, Mike Waldrop, Ben Craddock, Dave 
Blanchard, Jason Largey, Jason Hayes. SECOND ROW: Dax Nummy, Ryan 
Radding, Jason Martin, A.G. Barlow, Matt Wease, Matt Costanzo. THIRD ROW: 
John Hull, Andy Correll, Will Johnson, Eric Miller FOURTH ROW: Hank Foy, Tripp 
Ward, Craig Spadaro, Kevin Ritter, Jason Pennypacker. 



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FIRST ROW: Pat Caldwell, Matt Smuro, Adam Hottman. Lee Rigby, Gregg Waigand, Cliff Hall. SECOND 
ROW: Roger Polsky, Wes Jackson, Brody Smith, Kevin Cause, Brent Rewis. THIRD ROW: Brandon Smith, 
Troy Hoover, Justin Hoglugnd, Dave Kleman, Brad Fennel. FOURTH ROW: Chris Howe, Dan Buechelle, 
James Sirois, Shaun Plymale, Scott Nelson, Steve Marco, Ryan Bagley. FIFTH ROW: Billy Scottow, Chris 
Clark, Ryan Heart, Brian Matz, Danny Gregg. SIXTH ROW: Brent Erickson,Jarred Zola, AJ Narducci, Bill 
Malloy, Jeff Christner. 



Sigma Pi 








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FIRST ROW: Brad McDermott (Herald), Brad Stutts (Vice President), Michael Grant (President), Dave Brown 
(Secretary). SECOND ROW: Kevin Plate, Jamiel Kadri, Stephen Dowey, Eric Merz, Brandon Hodges, Sam Brede, 
Dave Heydt, James Riddle, Bruce Rowland. THIRD ROW: J. J. McNeice, Scott Rogers, AN Qizilbash, Johnny 
Lynch, Russ Trezona, Ian Cappitelli, Rater Roberts, Stephen West, Ryan Sullivan. FOURTH ROW: Eric Strauss, 
Steve Rowland, Mike White, Adrienne Caudell, Simon Cox, Andy Linn, Michael Longe, Chris Martin, Patrick 
Nitsche, Stewart James. 



Sigma Chi 





FIRST ROW: Kennan Walker, Mark Miller, Andrew Cashin, Shannon Harvey, Doug Yeager, John McLain, 
Matt Bechtel. SECOND ROW: Scott Jenkins, Cameron Griffith, Mark Tipton, Mike Scaizi, Jeremy Lofton, John 
Gaskins, Robert Boyd, Bo Garland. THIRD ROW: Roy Philpott, Eric Cobb, Dernck Brown, Adam Barrett, Will 
Black, Trevor Groves, Grant Wilson, Keith Yunas. FOURTH ROW: Jay Shawuer, Ryan Tozier, Shane Eckley, 
Rich McCurry, Eric Moeves, Brian Barton, Mark Cartin, Chad Benson. FIFTH ROW: Andrew Everhart, Jamie 
Westnedge, Daniel Christie, Cliff Muckenfuss, Adam LeRay, Derek Lewis, Keith Merson. SIXTH ROW: Andrew 
Cambron, Alan Dickerson, Jack Ramos, Mike Jerume, Mike Brierton, Shawn Vincent, Paul Bucciero. 
SEVENTH ROW: Manuel Del Valle, Chad Linden, Ben Price, Warren Durby, Robbie Roberts, J.R. Hill, Justin 
Sandler, Joe Lyon, Chad Sasser. EIGHTH ROW: Jason Summers, Mark Webb, Will Berglind, John Greene, 
John Netzloff, Troy Huey. NINTH ROW: Tony Keller, John Roberts, Dominic Hausher. 




FIRST ROW: Andrew Cashin (Rush Chairman), Shannon Harvey (President), 
Doug Yeager (Vice-President. SECOND ROW: IVlark IVIiller (Treasurer), Kennan 
Walker (Alumni Relations), Matt Bechtel (Secretary), Robert Boyd (Pledge Trainer). 



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Phi Delta 

Theta 



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FIRST ROW: T.J. Lippie, Pat Harrington, Joe Rossheim, Matt St. Louis, Brian Mohan, Jeff Schaefer, Dave 
Maust. SECOND ROW: John Hipps, Josh Watson, Ricky Ammons, Steve Bendetto, Greg Furrow, Lee 
Hollmann (President), Seth Kirschneck, Mac McLeod, Dennis Hensley, Chad Cummings, Brian Gerhart, Ben 
Gies (Vice President). THIRD ROW: Scott St. Louis, Dave Wolfe, Brian Berger, Robbie Moo, Ryan Sikora, Matt 
Walters, Rick DeSilva, Brett Alkins. FOURTH ROW: Jay Hollaway, Doug Morro, Joe Corrado, Paul Matthews, 
Buddy Avery, Jay Beaver, Jason Fleck, Tom Kelton, Jason Carrol, Andy Winburn (Treasurer). FIFTH ROW: 
Chuck Baiber, Phil Walsh (Secretary), Mark Ebert, Stewart McQueen, Rob Scott. SIXTH ROW: Tom Bratcher, 
Cliff DeMartino. 



Tau Kappa 




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FIRST ROW: Ben Kahrs, Rob Sinclair, Brad Benjamin, Tanya Johnston, Brandon Grey, Ricky Touchstone. 
SECOND ROW: Rick Martin, Dan McGrade, Bryan Hansen, Marc Heimlich, Ryan Murray. THIRD ROW: Jason 
Fields, Bobby Bennet, Brendon Clark, Jon Alexander, Chris Touchstone. FOURTH ROW: Randy Jones, Peter 
Matos, Ron Gontarchick, Michael Burns, Ryan Sinclair. FIFTH ROW: Ben Canterbury, Bill Manns, Scott Suehle, 
Jason Sancters, Jason Weaver, Chris Walker. 



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FIRST ROW: David Greene, Michael Hawkins, Greg Merritt, Stephen Arendale, Dirk Wiker. SECOND 
ROW: Josh Nelson, David Simpson, Ted Durant, Timothy Dock. THIRD ROW: Jeff Anderson, Matt Fleahman, 
Matt Morgan, Jim Lollis, Blake Middleton. FOURTH ROW: Ben McNeel, Jay Smith. 



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FIRST ROW: Regina Polite, Kendra Johnson, Karen Morre. SECOND ROW: Alrena Lightboume, 
LaShonda Gray, Tammy Robbins, Kindra Simon. 







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FIRST ROW: Nancy Bigby, Heather Simmons, Bethany Yundt, Amy Davis, Jennifer Lowe, Jana Watson, 
Cally Forbes, Susan Daniels. SECOND ROW: Allison Earlin, Julie Swicord, Meredith Holloman, Laurie 
Kobasa, Amy Davis, Virginia Davis, Suzanne Bolding, Jane Righton, Lorian Moose, Jessica Peebles, August 
Wills. THIRD ROW: Stephanie James, Heather Morris, Marci Bynum, Kenna Shaffner, Monica Eustace, Anna 
Plunkett, Catherine Stone, Beth Warren, Lora Vestal. FOURTH ROW: Elizabeth Epting, Jawyna Given, Amy 
Cranmer, Leslie Annis, Shelley Owens, Dana DuRant, Christ! Harmon, Jennifer Jones, Brandi Hodges, Ashley 
Collier, Jonda Andrews, Anne Marie Murray, Allison Russel, Laura Garrett. FIFTH ROW: Margaret Lunn, Kelly 
Sinclair, Lindsay Knudsen, Jonya Andre, Kari Woodsen, Summer Skidmore, Carrie Crater, Allison Wilkes, 
Lauren Smith, Melissa Hughes, Emmerald Long, Blanche Glenn, Ashley Shaver. SIXTH ROW: Danielle 
Grossman, Emmy Jones, Buffy Head, Nancy Swanson, Leigh Ida, Kendra Worley, Stacey Meetze, Miranda 
Lane, Emily Vestal, Shannon Hicks, Danielle Webster, Stephanie Britt, Jonya Coburn, Laura Bellum. 
SEVENTH ROW: Sarah Krewson, Stacey Brennan, Amy Vaugh, Rena Hilyer, Meredith Lane, Jennifer Hooks, 
Dana Steen, Nancy Martin, Brooke Petty, Ashley Clark, Erica Seastrunk. EIGHTH ROW: Shannon Broach, 
Megan Martling, Sherly Stasiovski, Erika Newsome, Brantley Smith, Rebeka Barr, Damon Mock, Leah Sauls, 
Jennifer O'Rourke, Ashley Anderson. NINTH ROW: Jamie Cross, Sage Allison, Emily Ratchford, Kim 
Comprini, Anna Coleman, Farrah Sullivan, Elizabeth Earl, Catherine Taylor, Sarah Carlino. TENTH ROW: 
Lindi Foster, Ashley Reese, Jennifer Nunes, Jennifer Manry, Jessica Harwood, Despina Kakaras, Jodie Fotia, 
Amy Parks, Brooke Garrison. 



FIRST ROW: Jana Watson (Second Vice-President), Gaily Forbes 
(Membership Chairman), Jennifer Lowe (President), Heather Simmons 
(Secretary), Susan Daniels (Panhellenic Delegate). SECOND ROW: 
Amy Davis (Ritual Chairman), Bethany Yundt (First Vice-President), 
Nancy Bigby (Judicial Chairman). 




FIRST ROW: Nancy Bigby, Bethany Yundt, Amy Davis, Jana Watson, 
JenniferLowe, Susan Daniels, Cally Forbes, AugustWills, Beth Warren. SECOND 
ROW: Monica Eustace, Laurie Kobasa, Jane Righton, Suzanne Bolding, Catherine 
Stone, Lorian Moose, Lora Vestal, Marci Bynum. THIRD ROW: Allison Earlin, 
Julie Swicord, Virginia Davis, Meredith Holloman, Anna Plunkett, Amy Davis, 
Jessica Pebbles, Kenna Shoffner, Heather Morris. 



Alpha Gamma 

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FIRST ROW: Angela Gunter, Crystal Mattox, Kathy Maraist, Jennifer Young. SECOND ROW: Catherine 
Story, Lauren Snipes, Judy Black, Heidi Schoepf, Bonnie Miller, Joy Johnson, Kristi Romanosky, Jennifer 
Newton, Carrie Anthony, Melissa Pflum. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Bower, Christie Norwood, Vallerie Fallert, 
Amy Fisher, Jennifer Burke, Tammy Connolly. FOURTH ROW: Meghann Wheeler. Bette Jean Doggett, Amy 
Emanuel, Angela Park, Jennifer Davidson, Dana Spell, Kelly Wilburn, Kellie Gantt. FIFTH ROW: Katherine 
Matejunes, Lori Johnson, Susan Bachman, Libby King, Jennifer Mack, Melissa Kelly, Jennifer Keifer, Amy 
Harriman, Stacy Aiello. SIXTH ROW: Allison Page, Samantha Hoppes, Amy Brown, Jessica Brown, Patricia 
Land, Christine Scheider, Andrea Jones, Janine Honey, Allison Edwards. SEVENTH ROW: Nicole Loidice, 
Sarah Sicherman, Beth Brust, Marian Wooten. 



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FIRST ROW: Kathy Maraist (Panhellenic Delegate), Crystal Mattox (President), 
Jennifer Young (V.P. Fraternity Education). SECOND ROW: Angela Gunter 
(Publicity), Judy Black (Treasurer), Bonnie Miller (Philanthropy), Kristi Romanosky 
(Memebership), Melissa Pflum (Rush). THIRD ROW: Heidi Schoepf (Corresponding 
Secretary), Carrie Anthony (Standards), Lauren Snipes (V.P. Scholarship), Catherine 
Story (Social), Jennifer Newton (Recording Secretary). 



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FIRST ROW: Kathy Maraist, Crystal Mattox, Jennifer Young. SECOND ROW: 
Valierie Fallert, Bonnie Miller, Kristi Romanosky, Jennifer Keifer. THIRD ROW: 
Stacy Aiello, Allison Edwards, Jennifer Mack, Tammy Connolly, Dana Spell, Amy 
Harriman. FOURTH ROW: Lauren Snipes, Allison Page, Jessica Milosch, Catherine 
Story, Melissa Kelly, Missy Pflum, Kellie Gantt. 




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FIRST ROW: Alex Kennedy, Doug Lozner, Chad Young, Michael Hawkins, Ted Durant, Russell E. Kahn, 
KrisTroha. SECOND ROW: Eric Alan Dakake, Scott Koenig, Greg Wilson, Andrew Necker,TJ Way,Zachariah 
Overby, Andy MacQueen, Michael Donahue, Eric Simontan. THRID ROW: Joe Raims, Arthur O'Kelley, 
Stephen O'Brien, Eric J. Pearce, Rick De Silva, Brian Gerhart, Chris Usher, Grey Holmes, Rex Edmunds, Tom 
Lowder, Brad Boozer, Michael Parent, Joseph H. Hood. FOURTH ROW: Scott Cole, Derek Lewis, Jeffry 
McNeice, Brad Stutts, Jon Alexander, Michael Burns, John Byars, Jim Hendrix, Blake Thomas, Brandon Smith, 
Kevin Ganses, Chris League, Kenneth Davis. 




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FIRST ROW: Mandy Hays, Amy 
Lefler, Leigh Griswold, Claire Sterling, Amy 
Poston, Emily Parson, Angela Rogers, 
Katherine Nelson, Ashley Clanton. 
SECOND ROW: NeviteSwink, Sara Hall, 
Christy Deland, Ashlie Burnette, Celeste 
Scott, Pam Stogner, Chandra McCall, Buffy 
Head, Kristie Hill. THIRD ROW: Margie 
Bennett, Elizabeth Moore, Sally Johnson, 
Melanie DuBois, Erin Manahan, Stephanie 
Snethen, Britton Copeland. FOURTH 
ROW: Leighanne DeMarzo, Sabina Gill, 
Anne Garner, Cassie Cagle, Amber 
Saunders, Susan Daniels, Lily Thompson, 
Sara Jenkins. 



FIRST ROW: Mandy Hays, Amy Poston, 
Stephanie Snethen, Leighanne Demarzo, Celeste 
Scott, Emily Poston. SECOND ROW: Ashley Burnette, 
Joanne Smith, Leigh Griswold, Melanie DuBois. 



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FIRST ROW: Crystal Mattox, Melissa St. John (Secretary), Lora Vestal (Vice President), Nevitte Swink, 
Jennifers. Cnbb, Catherine Collins, Kristin McClelland (Greek Week Chair), John Bradford III (Treasurer), Mark 
Moehring (President). SECOND ROW: Stephanie Snethen, Leighanne DeMarzo, Jennifer Lowe, Brad 
Benjamin, Doug Yeager, Michael Meals (Greek Week Chair), Matt Diamond. 



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FIRST ROW: Demetria Chisholm, Mark Voelker, Cheryl Heuer, Tonya Dixon, Michelle Romano, Ty Green, 
Missy McNeil, Maura Gilmer, Jen Woods, Lori Armocida. SECOND ROW: Brian Quartel, Vannessa Medrow, 
Kristey Tinsley, Amy Lucas, Deadra Littlejohn, Carrie-Ann Dunn, Angela King, Brent Thomas, Andrea White. 
THIRD ROW: Laura Donaghe, Madeline Cardella, Angela Ives, Dana Bridges, Amy Fellow. FOURTH ROW: 
Susan Matt, Mike Mooradian, Darren Gersch, Jen Goetz, Jonathon Wyatt, Donovan Carr, Stanley Harris. 
FIFTH ROW: Laura Gjertsen, Rob Thompson, Dave Bachmann, Ozzy Taner, Oris Temples, Alan Trotter, Dr. 
Steve Davis. 



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Council for Exceptional Children - FIRST 
ROW: Kimberly Johnson (Treasurer), Sheila Burke 
(Past President), TaraZippiroli (President), Meredith 
Baka (Vice-President), Maureen Smith (Secretary). 
SECOND ROW: Tonda Carter, Jennifer McGill 
(Fundraising), Ashley Bryson (Service), Melissa 
Homes (Service), Kathryn Miller (Publicity), Melissa 
Aery (Professional Development), Melanie Rick 
(Publicity). THIRD ROW: Jason Bagley, Wayne 
Nichols, Susan McCrorey, LeighAnn Preacher, Laurie 
Kobasa, Gena Sewell, Katie Simmons. FOURTH 
ROW: Kent Parker (Advisor), Allison Dworshack, 
Kelly Cannon, Julie Swicord, Meredith Holloman, 
Anselle Blackman, Chhsty Deland. FIFTH ROW: 
Charia Kennedy, Michelle Hyams, Amy Green, Anne 
Howell, Meredith Prehn, Carlette Mouzon. 



Educational Support Team - FIRST 

ROW: Rudy Simmons (Vice-President), 
Kendra Johnson (President), Natasha Jenkins 
(Secretary), Arthur Logan (Faculty Advisor). 
SECOND ROW: Lisa Cummings, Rhonda 
Washington, Sharee Washington, Tia 
Blackshear. THIRD ROW: Al Smith, Michelle 
Heyward, Tiffany Hunt. FOURTH ROW: 
Rodney Epps, Nathaniel Dogan. 




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Blue Key - FIRST ROW: Chad 
Young, Ashley Clanton, Kelly Rosenlund, 
Heather Widman, Joanna Smith, 
Catherine Collins, Brooks Saucier. 
SECOND ROW: Michaela Sullivan, 
Jennifer Melton, Suzanne Spaulding, 
Cydney McAdams, Susan Gallagher, 
Nevitte Swink, Jeanne Williams. THIRD 
ROW: Scott Turner, David Ashley, Ted 
Swann, John Stillwell, George Kelada, 
Chris Bauer, Jason Varnado. 




Omnicron Delta Kappa Society - FIRST ROW: 
Sarah VanDuzer (Secretary), Rebecca O'Connor 
(President). SECOND ROW: Amy Balcome, Paige 
Dugger, Laura Dulski, Nelly Welsch. THIRD ROW: 
John M. Kennedy (Advisor), Shannon Buscha, Stuart 
Hayes, Susan Daniels, Rebecca Sargent. 



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TAPS - FIRST ROW: 
Austin Bond, Erin Hyman, 
Michelle Kelly, Amanda 
Ellington, Mathew 

Demetriades, Jennifer 
Bozard, Caria Lapsley, 
Jenna Baker. SECOND 
ROW: Ryan Linn, Kari 
Covington, Brian Suber, 
Michelle Sieradzki, Amanda 
Ellington, Kari Chamberlin. 
THIRD ROW: John Kwist. 
Angel Charpia, Karen 
Bunch, Larry Lee, Summer 
Yeargin. 



The Tiger -FIRST ROW: Summer 
Yeargin, Man Linn Love, Ethan Bellamy, 
Tyrone Walker, Heather Lankford, Kevin 
West, Laura Stall. SECOND ROW: Mark 
Kreitz, Gregg Schmidt, Jennifer Patton, 
Jennifer Marchbanks, Rob Edwards, 
Roger Eaton. THIRD ROW: Jeol Moss, 
Dave Baker, Allison Earlin, Mike 
McCombs, Levi Nayman. 





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WSBF - FIRST ROW: Sarah 
Sederman, Sarah Taraska, KyoKishimoto, 
Dawn Robertson, Julie Gelin SECOND 
ROW: Jen Stublick, Brian Maness, Jon 
Hart, Laurie Czahor, Jason Southerland 
THIRD ROW: Davy Wentworth, Ken 
Wilson, Heather Manske, Jane Sutherland, 
Chris Whitehurst FOURTH ROW: 
Heyward Suber, Bryon Leggett, Dane 
Stewart, Karen Gray, Thorn Pitts. 



Angel Flight - FIRST 
ROW: Angela Tirri, Jennifer 
Cribbs, Stephanie Barnosky, 
Kathryn Brucker, Cindy 
Demian, Allison Dworschak, 
Kim Driggers. SECOND 
ROW: Suzanne Shunnway, 
Stephanie Tyner, Kelly 
Sanborn, Michelle Owens, 
Erin Lee Hanes, Andrea 
Parkhurst, Lisa Beisser, 
Vicki Tollison. 



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Air Force ROTC - FIRST ROW: David Milner, Bryan Thomas, Matthew Lengel, Keith Rockow, David Fisher. 
SECOND ROW: Rachel Bienvenue, Christopher Chandler. Amy Austgen, Stephanie Addison, Sarah Smith, 
Chariss Jefferson, Jennifer Peterson, Jennifer Mirone, Steven Stewart, Britta Choberka, Daryl Pelletier, Joseph 
Jefferson, Douglas Everson, Matthew Wright, Carlo White, David Kline. THIRD ROW: Jennette Reichard, Toi 
Hebden, Jennifer Woodall, Christopher Cioletti, John Grady, Kristopher Mattox, William Branch. FOURTH ROW: 
Heather Wills, Walter Burke, Wesley Ryans, Michael Norkett, Kimberly Bradford, Robert Shealy, Nathan Naidas, 
Bart Stoll, Bridget 

Odom. FIFTH ^ •'r^ 

ROW: Dunnovan 

Waddell, Anita 

Nelson, Stanley 

Harris, Willie Davis, 

Jason Gamble, 

Raymond Duncan. 

SIXTH ROW: Wes 

Forrester, Armaal 

Hunter, Hunnicut 

Lindsay, Corey 

Norcross, David 

Lindler, Latisha 

Pigett, Brannon 

Davis, Michael 

Baily. SEVENTH 

ROW: Laron 

Jenkins, Shannon 

Heustess, Bradley 

Crenshaw, C asey 

Venters, Eric Thompson, Scot Oxford, Gregory Furrow. EIGHTH ROW: Aaron Phillips, Devin Kudlas, Matthew 

Stanford, Todd Mercer, Brian Davis, Farooq Mahmud, Benjamin Burton, Chris Vandyke. NINTH ROW: George 

Marshall, Brian Littlejohn, John Woods, Patrick Lengel, Roy Parton, Jaime Madden, Jon Hanson, Brandon Stowe, 

John Cummings. TENTH ROW: George Walling, John Choberka, Billy Dunlap, Kevin Hall, Jeremiah Kenworthy, 

Wade Fairey, Michael Spacil, Matt Renwick. 




AF ROTC Cadre - FIRST ROW: Capt. Rob 
Petree, Col. Marc Drinkhahn, Pam Fulp, Capt. 
Jeff Pruitt. SECOND ROW: Capt. David O'Nan, 
TSgt. Gary Lockhart, TSgt. Mike Gaskin. 





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American Ceramics 
Society - FIRST ROW: 
Bryce Wentworth 

(Secretary), Mike Brown 
(President), Kevin Poole 
(Vice President), Dan Heuer 
(Treasurer). SECOND 
ROW: Rebecca O'Connor, 
Andrea Baranowski, Kevin 
Sharpe, Simon Leiderman, 
Ben Foulk. THIRD ROW: 
Chris Chestnut, Colin 
Hundley, Steve Sullivan, 
Brian Polen, Stefan Miller. 



American 
IVIarketing 
Association - FIRST 
ROW:SethEaton(V.P. 
Finance), Steve Kayton 
(V.P. Programming), 
Mike Davis (V.P. 
Social), Bryan Sintay 
(President). 



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American Society of 
Civil Engineers - FIRST 
ROW: Scott Palotta 
(Carolinas' Conference 
Coordinator), Stephanie 
Hess (President), Tara 
Yeargin (Editor), Trevor 
Jones (Secretary). 

SECOND ROW: BritGentry, 
Holly Whitely (Social and 
Community Service 

Chairman), Nicole Roberts 
(Treasurer), Wayne Aiken 
(Vice-President). THIRD 
ROW: Rick Baxley, Aaron 
Bullard, MarkTipton, Nathan 
Nabors, Jen Beckman, 
Jason Thompson, Ryan 
Miller. FOURTH ROW: Tom 
Schuerman, HikaHolmberg, 
Kristen Purcell, Ken Hayes, 
Todd Wilkes, Heather 
Bessette, Vickie Willis. 
FIFTH ROW: Doug 

Simpson, Brandon Speakman, Richard Rathmann. SIXTH ROW: Randall Young, Pete Sewczwicz, Jason 
Coleman, Tracy Britz. SEVENTH ROW: Dan Krementz, Shane Parris, Ken Davis, Clint Schaeffer. 




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Mark Gregory, McCullough Ardrey, 
Andy Stinson, Patrick Mason. 
SECOND ROW: Brian Barbery, Chris 
Margues, Michael Cheek, Brad 
Farmer, Richard Howard. THIRD 
ROW: Donald Murphey, Mark 
Swanson, Brooks Shaw, Marshall 
Steele. 




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Wentworth (Secretary), Brian Polen, Andrea 
Baranowski (President), Rebecca O'Connor 
(Vice President), Daniel Proper (Treasurer). 
SECOND ROW: Steve Sullivan (Herald), 
Mike Brown, Dan Heuer, Kevin Sharp. 
THIRD ROW: Dr. H.D. Leigh (Advisor). 



Mannrs - FIRST ROW: 
Vincent Vareen, Shaunda 
Tucker, Xaveria McKae, Trinett 
Bell, Sr. Curtis White. 
SECOND ROW: Silami Farr, 
Ursula Miller, Russell 
McElveen, Leandra Pitts, Holly 
Rowe. THIRD ROW: Kenya 
Calhoun, Ricardo Crump, 
Kenita Stokes, Warees 
Muhammad, Lallon Jenkins, 
Ayounga Riddick, Mordecai 
Evans. 



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Packaging 

Science -FIRST ROW: 
Frank Adams, Janet 
Preson, Kip Moss, 
Jennifer Palmer, Melissa 
Pickard, Kirby Wells. 
SECOND ROW: Jay 
Ellis, Piiilip Sienkowski, 
Kennith Ellis, Vincent 
Vereen, Camp Lane, Neil 
Britton. 

Phi Alpha Delta - 

FIRST ROW: Virginia 
Ronning, Tina Ann 
Danf, Kristy Palmquist, 
Catlierine Chau, April 
Duckett, Amy Balcome, 
Margaret Thompson 
(Advisor). SECOND 
ROW: Susan McCrary, 
Anna Jordan, Amy 
Collins, Michael 

Herlong, Tesha Grant, 
Christy Brantley. 




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FIRST ROW: Jenny Fraylick, Dionne Muggins, Tinisha Ladson, Jane Sutherland, Adam 

Schwartzman, 
Kellie Gertsch, 
G r e t c h e n 
S c h m e I tz e r , 
Nathan Adams. 
SECOND ROW: 
L e n e e 
Washington, Don 
Meredith, Susan 
Daniels, Cindy 
Demian. THIRD 
ROW: Caroline 
Scammahorn, 
Laura Decelles, 
Dana Hager, 
Kevin Sharp. 
FOURTH ROW: 
Jennifer Crook, 
Allison Novellino, 
Jennifer Houser, 
Jonathan Britton 
Larkby, Austin 
Samuel Dantzler. 





Society of Women Engineers - 

FIRST ROW: Reena Master (Officer in 
Training), Kerrie Gordon (Secretary), 
Bethany Carlson (President), Stephanie 
Shum (Vice President), Kim Clifton 
(Treasurer). SECOND ROW: Ja'Nette 
Brown, Synetria Butler, Michelle Kelly, 
Margaret Ellison, Angela Weber, Dimple 
Patel. THIRD ROW: Heather Wills, 
Ashia Duprey, Melissa Dorfman, Heidi 
Fanning, Linda Siebert. FOURTH ROW: 
Jill Shipp, KatieTaylor, Tamika Duncan, 
Jen Beckman. FIFTH ROW: Betsy 
Pearce, DeAnna Garrison, Toi Hebden. 



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Lutheran Campus Ministry 

- FIRST ROW: Scott Palotta, 
Darren Steinhilber, Melinda 
Theiling, Leslie Silver. SECOND 
ROW: Bethany Carlson, Jennifer 
Boltjes, Michelle Tompkins, lori 
Burnside, Stephanie Hess, 
Charles Sexton. THIRD ROW: 
Ernest Beck, Ronda Boozer, 
Stephanie Sease, Brian Helgrin, 
Chris Heavner (Pastor). 
FOURTH ROW: Scott Tortora, 
Jeff Switzer, James Upp, 
Suzanne Putnam, Dave Nymark, 
Trevor Jones. 

Presbyterian 
Student 
Association 

FIRST ROW: 

Jeremy Edwards, 

Jonathan 

Johnson. 

SECOND ROW: 

Susan Thompson, 

Emily Ley, Sacha 

Harris, Becky 

Schafer, Katherine 

Smith, Heather 

Walker, Nancy 

Neal, Ellen 

Shaylor, Allison 

Iriek, Tassy 

Pollard. THIRD 

ROW: Rusty 

Creighton, Emily 

Parker, Carolyn Frederick, Heather Parker, Kim Brunette, Amy Pafford. Alicia Perry (Intern). FOURTH ROW: Scott 

Carlson, Kelly Christenburg, Kay Dearing (Advisor), Scott Tortora, Holly Whiteley, June McFadden, Jeanne 

Leonard, Kristen Bycroft, Maggie Frampton, Jeremy Barron, Bill Dixon, Ben Whitener, Bill Turpin. FIFTH ROW: 

Brian Cave, Eric Dillenbeck, Pete Senger, Brian Martin, David Beamguard, Ben Roller, Joe Bashair. SIXTH ROW: 

Clay Thomas, Craig Carlson, Brant Chipley, Steve Price (Campus Minister), Ed Runnion, Jason Dillon. SEVENTH 

ROW: Rob Wright, Ben Anderson, Patrick Hughes. 



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Dixie Skydivers - FIRST 
ROW: Travis Strong, Andy 
Greenshields, Foxx Boyd, Chris 
Makosiej, Kim Brunette, Ty 
Thornhill, Stuart Greer. 
SECOND ROW: Will Jones, 
Austin Bond, John Blackmon, 
Chrissy Jager, Amber Cissell, 
Patrick Lengel, Matthew 
Lengel. THIRD ROW: Kirshna 
Kirnama, Matt Dunbar, Todd 
Cundy, Wesley Scruggs, Jack 
Vardy. FOURTH ROW: John 
Choberka. 



Equestrian Team - FIRST 
ROW: Sandi Piazza (Advisor / 
Coach), Erica Ellas, Rachel 
Moreland (Vice President), Jodie 
Phillips (President), Jennifer 
Wharton (Treasure), Cassandra 
Carnes. SECOND ROW: Charleen 
Timmerman, Lori Burnside, Julie 
Adams, Trina Levy, Heather Moore. 
THIRD ROW: Susan Myers, Mathan 
Grosse, Mathew Schwaltz, Renya 
Luszcz, Larissa Tavares. 



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Pershing Rifles - 

FIRST ROW: Captain 
Mike Horan, Pvt. David 
Watson, Sgt. Chris 
Chandler, 1SG. Billy 
Dunlap, SSGT Aaron 
Bullard, 2LT Mark 
Tyndall, Pvt. Rebecca 
Lovell, Commander 
Captain Bryan Thomas. 
SECOND ROW: Pledge 
Fraidy, Pledge Jefferson, 
Pledge Sofield, Pledge 
Wright, Pledge Everson, 
Pledge Alexander. 



Rally Cats - FIRST 
ROW: Ashley Wiles, Jennifer Davidson, 
Lavondilyn Watson, Jane Kasoff , Vasht McAffee, 
Knstine Heffelfinger, Karen McLeod. SECOND 
ROW: Shannon Williams, Jennifer Allen, Wendy 
Phillips, Greer Stokes, Laura Mueller, Maureen 
McNally, Stephanie Rayburn, Natalie Rinck. 




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Women's Lacrosse - FIRST ROW: 
Mandy Ginsberg-Morton (President), 
Laura Yentzer, Colette DeGarady 
(Treasurer), Laurie Reid, Gorrie Sims, 
Kate Whitacre, Hildi Green. SECOND 
ROW: Angle Griffith (Vice President), 
Ashima Jain, Amy Kopen, Melanie Klass, 
Megan Alexander, Shannon Perry, Jen 
Powell, Cliona Howie. 




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ROW: AnnaTisdale,Katey Blake, Cynthia 
Kopkowski. SECOND ROW: Mark 
Godfrey, Deanna Garrison, Jennifer Ligon, 
Chris O'Dea. 




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Student Athletic Trainers - FIRST 
ROW: Rob Sheffield, Wric Shell, Kindra 
Poole, Jennifer McSwain, Jennifer 
Causey, Julie McGaha, Bryan Clifton. 
SECOND ROW: Robi Eckley, Chris 
Willis, Jamie Counterman, Robby 
Stweart, Judd Caudell, Andy Jolley, Chris 
LeCroy, Grant Greenwood. 



Clemson Baseball Batgirls - FIRST 
ROW: Lara Beth Johnson, Kim Smith, Debbie Davis, 
Nickie Sears, Cam Keisler. SECOND ROW: Rhonda 
Murray, Wendy Peters, Debra Bright, Tracy Murphy, 
Anne Adams, Holly Reid, Lisa Smith. 



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Kim Lesley 



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Josh Howard 



Jennifer Burke 



Daniel Merrell 



Gary 

Cath 

Alan 

Sandl 

Ray 

Holly 



Nichole Silkworth 



Patricia Harrington 



frRAlTS 



Brandan Templeton 



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Suzan J. Abbott Darlington, SC 

Secondary Ed/English 

Tillman J. Abell Cordova, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

Nathan J. Adams Gastonia, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Rlla H. Adams Greenville, SC 

Accounting 
Wilson S. Adams Bennettsville, SC 

PRTM 



Stacy R. Aiello 
William M. Aiken 



Chapln, SC 

Nursing 

Aiken, SC 

Financial Management 

Carolyn Y. Allen Barnwell, sc 

Secondary Ed. History/Geography 

Lauren B. Allen West Columbia, sc 

Science Education 

Michael B. Allen Columbia, sc 

Mathematical Sciences 



Leslie A. Alverson 
Jason G. Anastasia 
Dana K. Anderson 
Hillary B. Andren 
Allison S. Ankuta 



Fountain Inn, SC 

Political Science 

Douglasville, GA 

Civil Engineering 

High Point, NC 

Architectural Studies 

Lake City, SC 

Architecture 

Greenwood, SC 

Psychology 



Rosanne L. Anton Hilton Head Island, SC 

Nursing 
Lor! M. Armocida Clemson, SC 

Accounting 

Julie C. Arnold Hazlet, NJ 

Secondary Education 

Jennifer A. Arrington Charleston, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Paul G. Arrington Charleston, SC 

Computer Engineering 



David E. Ashley 


Spartanburg, SC 




Chemical Engineering 


Amy S. Ashton 


Columbia. SC 


Science Teaching: Bio Sci 


Chad L. Askew 


Fairview, NC 




Architecture 


Rodney P. Aspiras 


Florence, SC 




Food Science 


Dawn M. Atkins 


Germantown, MD 


Architecture Construction Science 


Jessica L. Atkins 


Easley, SC 




Nursing 


Amie E. Augustine 


Columbia, SC 




Nursing 


Noelle R. Austin 


Baton Rouge, LA 




Industrial Engineering 


Scott R. Autrey 


Greenville, SC 




Accounting 


Jason T. Ayers 


Florence, SC 




Wildlife Biology 



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Kenneth W. Ayers 
Roberta M. Ayers 



Columbia, SC 
Civil Engineering 
Summerville, SC 
Accounting 
Spartanburg, SC 
Management 
Newberry, SC 
Elementary Education 
Shelley D. Bailey Greer, sc 

Elementary Education 



Elizabeth L. Babb 
April M. Bailey 



Meredith L. Baka whippany, nj 

Elementary Education/Early Childhood Educ 



Gordon B. Baker 
Amy L. Balcome 
Gerard E. Baldwin 
Eric B. Ball 



Manning, SC 
Forestry 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Accounting 
Charleston, SC 
Computer Engineering 
Acworth, GA 
Industrial Engineering 



Bashiru A. Baiogun Elliott, sc 

Chemistry 
Laura A. Banister Young Harris, GA 

Accounting 

Dacun A. Banks Charleston, SC 

Marketing Comunications 

Andrea L. Baranowski Allison Park, pa 

Ceramic Engineering 

Robin L. Barker Summerville, SC 

Elementary Education 



Kimberly D. Barone 
Jacqueline M. 
Jan Barrett 



Rock Hill, SC 
Political Science 
Barr Leesville, SC 

Financial Management 
London Ontario Canada, 
Psychology 

Claudia Lynnette BarrsGoose creek, sc 

Nursing 
Gretchen L. Barry Sparta, nj 

Psychology 



Rebecca K. Bartless Greenwood, SC 
Early Childhood Education 

Shelby D. Bartley Sumter, sc 

Mechanical Engineering Pschology 
Kimberly D. Batchelor Fort Mill, sc 
Forest Resource Management Environmental Science 
Christopher R. Bauer Manasquan, nj 
Technical Marketing 
Robert E. Baukman Eastover, sc 
Electrical Engineering 



Frederick B. Baxley 
Leigh Bayer 
Amanda M. Bearss 
Jennifer L. Beckman 



Chapin, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Mary Esther, FL 

Health Science 

Maumee, OH 

Microbiology 

Columbia, MO 

Civil Engineering 

Mary K. Bedard Bndgewater, MA 

Language & International Trade 



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David S. Beidler 
Andrea S. Bell 
Christine M. Bell 

Ingrid T. Bell 

Aq. Mechanlzation/Ag. Business Mgt. 

Marsha M. Bender Peizer, sc 

Architecture 



Palmyra, PA 

Accounting 

Hartsville, SC 

Nursing 

Nottingham. PA 

History/Geography 

McBee, SC 



Stefan Bendfeldt 
Melissa E. Bendt 
Jennifer A. Bengard 
Erica L. Benjamin 
Brett R. Berg 



Guatemala City 

Biological Sciences 

Charleston, SC 

Psychology 

Greenville, SC 

Health Science 

Columbia, SC 

Bioengineering 

Gulf Breeze, FL 

PRTM 



Christopher J. Bermann Simsbury, ct 

Marketing 

Edwin L. Bernard n. Myrtle Beach, sc 

Landscape Architecture 

Rex A. Bickley Chapin, sc 

Speech & Communication Studies 

Christina Billings Florence, sc 

Computer Science 

Mary E. Billman Beividere, nj 

Nursing 



Kimberly Bisson 
A. Leilani Blackwell 



Sphngfield, VA 

Accounting 

Gaffney, SC 

Nursing 

Kristopher K, BlakeneyN Augusta, sc 

Industnal Engineering 

Frank S. Bland Chester, sc 

Civil Engineering 
Ryan C. Bock Gray Court, sc 

Microbiology 



John W. Boggs Pickens, SC 

Mathematics Teaching 

Suzanne E. Bolding Greenville, sc 

Speech & Communications Spanish 

John S. Bolton Clarksville. TN 

Wildlife Biology Natural Resource Eco 

Christopher R. Bond winnsboro, sc 

Agronomy 

Jennifer J. Bonnette Summerviiie, sc 

Chemistry 



Michael A. Boone Ladson, SC 

Mathematical Sciences 

David M. Boudolf Charleston, SC 

Therapeutic Recreation 

Jennifer C. Bova Lexington, KY 

Psychology 

Jeffrey E. Bowen Liberty, sc 

Horticulture 
Kesty D. Bowers Belvedere, sc 

English 




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Elizabeth A. Bowie Brentwood, tn 

Health Science/Pre-Physical Therapy 

Jeff L. Bowie Brentwood, TN 

Marketing 



Shannon L. Bowyer eiacksburg, sc 

Financial Management 

Amy E. Boyd Lexington, SC 

Elementary Education 



Jamar A. Boyd Bishopviiie, sc 

Computer Engineering 
Joseph W. Boykin Charlotte, NC 

Marketing 

Warren T. Bozard Orangeburg, SC 

Agricultural Engineering 

Kirk T. Bradley Safety Harbor, FL 

Mechanical Engineering 

Kyle T. Bradley Clearwater, FL 

Engineering Analysis 



Duane D. Bradshaw Central, sc 

Elementary Education 



Letitia Bramlett 
Marcie K. Bramlett 
Sara E. Branch 
Ris Brande 



Union, SC 
Nursing 
Seneca, SC 
Management 
Pittsburgh, PA 
Political Science 
Cincinnati, OH 
Psychology Sociology 



Jennifer K. Brandon York, sc 

Special Education 

Timothy D. Branham Lexington, sc 

Chemical Engineering 

Cheryl D. Brashier Easiey, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Tara L. Breen isie of Palms, sc 

Psychology 
Dana T. Bridges Pendleton, sc 

Management 



Evans Bridges Bennettsviiie, sc 

Financial Management 

Angela R. Briggs Enoree. sc 

Chemical Engineering 

Randall C. Bright Greer, sc 

Electrical Engineering 

Hugh V. Brinson Anderson, sc 

Graphic Communications 

Ashley A. Brock Orangeburg, SC 

Electrical Engineering 



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Tina D. Brock Westminster, sc 

Elementary Education 

G. Eric Brockenfelt Summerviiie, sc 

Animal Science/Pre-Vet 

Hal Brooks Greenville, SC 

Business Management 

Stephanie A. Brooks Gainesville, fl 

Political Science 

Cecilie Broome n Augusta, sc 

Graphic Communications 



Christopher G. BrothertonEasiey, sc 

Chemistry 
April N. Brown Greenville, SC 

Marketing 

Christine M. Brown Anderson, sc 

Elementary Education 

J. Mitchell Brown west Columbia, SC 

Packaging Science 

Mike S. Brown Greer, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 



Robin E. Brown 
Ryan C. Brown 
Wendy S. Brown 
Craig E. Browning 
Kathryn E. Brucker 



Greenwood, SC 

Packaging Science 

Columbia, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 

Clemson, SC 

Nursing 

Stuart, FL 

AFW 

Chapin, SC 

Health Science 



Kimberly J. Brunette Fairfax, va 

Microbiology 
Catherine M. Brunsonorangeburg, sc 

Accounting 
Michele Bruorton simpsonviiie, sc 

Nursing 

Blake E. Buchanan Hartsviiie. sc 

Biological Sciences 

Meredith Buchanan Laurens, SC 

Secondary Ed/History 



Aaron Bullard 
Jodie Burdette 
Mandi Burdette 
Joel W. Burgess 

Forest Res Mgmt 

Jill P. Burgtorf 



Hendersonville, NC 

Civil Engineehng 

Starr, SC 

Elementary Education 

Cartersville, GA 

Chemical Engineenng 

Kingstree, SC 

Environmental Scienc 

Manetta, GA 

Health Sciences 



Sheila J. Burke 
Dianne Burns 
Ian R. Burns 
Karen E. Burr 
Jay C. Burrell 



llion, NY 

Special Education 

Seneca, SC 

Agricultural Education 

Peru, NY 

Mechanical Engineenng 

Richmond, VA 

Marketing 

Tampa, FL 

Forest Resource Mgmt 



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Andrew M. Burton Taylors, sc 

Civil Engineering 

Shannon L. Busha Florence, sc 

Biological Sciences 

Eva M. ButtO Greenville, SC 

Nursing 
Jennifer L. Byers w Columbia, sc 

Industrial Engineenng 

Chris F. Bynum Sumter, sc 

Financial Management 



IVIarci E. Bynum Hixson, tn 

Psychology 
Katrina A. Byrd Laurens, sc 

Nursing 

IVIelanie D. Byrd Lancaster, sc 

Aquaculture/FisheriesAA/ildlife 

Josh D. Caggiaro Gatfney, sc 

Sec. Ed./History 

Seth C. Caldwell Davidson, NC 

Graphic Communications 



Barbara C. Callahan Gienndaie, md 

Not Available 
Craig A. Campbell Brewster, ma 

Industrial Engineering 

Jonathan A Campbell Naples, fl 

Mathematical Science 
Michelle F. CampbellN. Myrtle Beach, sc 

Elementary Education 
Susan M. Campbell Greenville, sc 

Elementary Education 



Michael V. Cantore 



Joseph R. Cantreli 



Rock Hill, sc 
Animal Science 

Piedmont, SC 
Wildlife Biology 

Christopher B. Capps Greenville, sc 

Economics 

Deborah L. Carbone Acworth, ga 

Public Health 
Madeline A. CardellaFranWIn square, ny 

Accounting 



Daniel T. Carroll Gray Court, sc 

Wildlife Biology 

Jason A. Carroll Aiexandha, va 

Business Management 



Jennifer A. Carroll 
Elizabeth D Carson 
April E. Carter 



Greenville, SC 
Nursing 
Indialantic, FL 
Architecture 
Hilton Head, SC 
Early Childhood Education 



Robert B. Cartledge Martinez, ga 

Engineering Analysis 
Stacy M. Castellucci Randolph, nj 

Nursing 

Neal H. Cecil Spartanburg, SC 

Special Education 

Nikki E. Chapman Simpsonviiie, sc 

Elementary Education 

Todd H. Chapuis Rosweii, ga 

Computer Science 



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Michael E. Cheek Mapiewood. nj 

Forest Management 
April D. Childress Simpsonville, SC 
Speech & Communication 
Mollie A. Childress Leesburg, FL 

Nursing 

Michael D. ChildS Seneca, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Erin J. Chipley Westwood, ma 

Graphic Communications 



Kevin H. ChltWOOd Lexington, SC 
Agricultural Engineering 

John S. Choberka Coiumbus. oh 

Biological Sciences Health Sciences 

Casey S. Christensenniiton Head, sc 

Speech & Communications 
Ingrid E. Christensen Jackson, la 

Biochemistry 

Christine A. Ciani Red Bank, nj 

Special Education 



Carey L. CiffO Pompton Lakes, NJ 

English Psychology 

Lee A. Clamp Wiiiiston, sc 

Chemical Engineering 
Deborah A. Clanton Greeneville, TN 

Mathematics/Statistics 

Suzanne C. Claycomb Mauidin, sc 

Psychology 

Gregory D. Clements Florence, sc 

Chemical Engineering 



Eric Coble Simpsonville, SC 

Textile Management 

Christopher G. Cognetta Lincroft, nj 

Marketing 



Scot F. Cole 



Atlanta, GA 



Computer Science 

Laura M. Coleman Lake City, sc 

Graphic Communications 



Michelle L. Coleman Florence, sc 
Agricultural and Applied Econo 

Amy M. ColMns Oak Ridge, TN 

Language & International Trade 



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William C. Colson Leesviiie, sc 

Biochemistry 

Russell J. Compton Greenville, SC 

Textile Mgmt Marketing 

Charles P. Cone Greenwood, sc 

Agricultural Engineering 

Anna L. Connelly Ft. Myers, fl 

Speech/Communications 

Carrie T. Connelly waterbury, ct 

Economics 



Tammy D. Connolly Charleston, sc 

Nursing 

Wesley C. Connor Columbia, sc 

Industrial Engineering 

Erin E. Cooper Florence, sc 

English Communications 

Michael E. Cope Seneca, sc 

Finance 

Allison E. Corbin Hanahan, sc 

Geology 



Ann-Margaret Corley Greenwood, sc 

Mathematics Teaching 
Millard A. Correll Mt. Pleasant, NC 

Marketing 
Jason W. Cote Orangeburg, SC 

Financial Management 

Shannon S. Cothran Taylors, sc 

Secondary Ed./History 

Scott E, Courtney Summerviiie, sc 

Agricultural Engineering 



Alicia A. Cox Fairfax, VA 

Marketing 
Jennifer L. Cox Pendleton, sc 

Early Childhood Education 

Joanne L. Cox Beiie Mead, nj 

Health Science Marketing 
Roger M. Cox Travelers Rest, SC 

Management 

Amy L. Craft Sheffield, al 

Special Education 



Angela L. Craigo Greenwood, SC 

English 

Timothy S. Crain Westminster, sc 
Graphic Communications 

Anna J. Crawford Abbeville, sc 

Psychology 

James O. Creel Hemingway, SC 

Agricultural Engineering 

Jennifer S. Cribb Spartanburg, sc 

Chemical Engineering 



Brian J. Crider wiiiiston, sc 

Agricultural Mechanization 

T. Michael Crim Johnston, sc 

Agriculture Education 

Anderson, SC 

Nursing 

Shelby, NC 

Horticulture 

Cleanwater, FL 

History 



Lisa J. Cromer 
William O. Cullum 
Paul W. Curry 



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Susan M. Daniels 
Keith H. Darby 



Mauldin, SC 

Nursing 

Easley, SC 

Computer Science 

Atlanta, GA 

Economics 

James S. Davidson Charleston, sc 

Construction Science and Mgmt 

Christopher G. Davis Rock Hiii, sc 
Sports Marketing 



Christopher G. DaviswashingtonTwp. nj 

English 

Debra L. Davis Lake Forest, CA 

Parks, Recreation, & Tounsm M 

Hilary A. Davis Bradenton, fl 

Industrial Engineering 

James K. Davis Sumter, sc 

Civil Engineering 
Michael C. Davis Marietta, ga 

Marketing 



Michael H. Davis 
Thomas T. Davis 
Tracy L. Davis 
Virginia F. 



Columbia, SC 
Accounting 
Simpsonville, SC 
Chemical Engineering 
Sumter, SC 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Davis Marion, SC 

English Communications 
Virginia I. Davis Columbia, sc 

Accounting 



William E. Davis Simpsonville, sc 

BIOSC 
Jennifer D. DaymudeNorth Potomac, md 
Biological Science Health Science 
Gina D. De La Cruz Forked River, nj 

Health Science 

Dominique M. DeBald Fiemington, nj 

Financial Management 

James R. DeLand Edison, nj 

Management 



Laura C. Dellinger Memphis, tn 

Psychology 

Lisa J. DeMarotta Luttreii, in 

Computer Engineering 

Leighanne DeMarzo Hilton Head, sc 

Elementary Education 

Cindy Demian Columbia, sc 

Biological Sciences 

Eric M. DeMoura Taunton, MA 

Political Science 



Elizabeth D. Dennis Leesviiie, sc 

Education 

Matthew J. Diamond w Columbia, sc 

Chemistry 

Maryanne E. Dick Manassas, VA 

Accounting 

Shannon R. Dickard Waihaiia, SC 

Marketing 

Michael L. Dickerson Biair, sc 

Management 



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Elizabeth A. Dietz Hartsviiie, sc 

Elementary Education 

Mary Katherine Dillard Columbia, sc 

Health Science 

Timothy W. Dimond Varnviiie, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Shannon E. DominickGreenwood, sc 

Accounting 

Kaite A. Donahue Spencerport, ny 

Marketing 



Jennifer L. Donald Seneca, sc 

Recreational Therapy Psychology 
Lori Donniez Phoenix, MD 

Architecture 

Melissa A. Doscher Charleston, sc 

Biological Sciences 

Pamela D. Dotson Fairview, nc 

Accounting 

Kimberly B. Driggers Round o, sc 
Community Rural Development 



Tricia D. Dryden Dublin, oh 

Microbiology 

Shane P. Ducker Greenville, sc 

Forest Resource Mgmt 

April J. Duckett Greenville, SC 

Political Science Journalism 

Will D. Duffie irmo, sc 

Entomology 

M. Paige Dugger Middieburg, fl 

Technical Marketing 



Dyuane A. Dukes Charleston, sc 

Forest Resource Management 

Clemson, SC 

Management 

Jarrettsville. MD 

Architecture 

Walterboro, SC 

Civil Engineeering 

Kensington, MD 

Computer Science 



Nickie A. Dukes 
Laura J. Dulski 
Heath E. Duncan 
James T. Duncan 



Carrie-Ann Dunn Seiden, ny 

Industrial Management 

Jason C. Duregger Augusta, ga 

Industrial Engineering 

Mark Duvall Greenwood, SC 

Student Affairs Counsel 

Meredith D. Dyar Anderson, sc 

Elementary Education 

Michelle L. Dzamko Moorestown, nj 

Horticulture 



Allison T. Earlin 
Abby E. Eckberg 
Samuel B. Edgar 
Joe F. Edmonds 



Charleston, SC 

Biochemistry 

Simpsonville, SC 

Accounting 

Anderson, SC 

Packaging Science 

Orangeburg, SC 



Forest Resource Management 

Sharia B. Edwards Muiiins, sc 

Chemical Engineering 



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William M. Edwards Taylors, sc 

Construction Science & Managem 

Auburn C. Eidson Greenville, sc 

Elementary Education 

Katherine B. Eller Annapolis, md 

Health Science 

Mark T. Elliott Rimim, sc 

Structural Engineering 

Jeffrey S. Ellis Goose Creek, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 



Russell D. Esmacher Davidsonviiie, MD 

Ceramic Engineering 

Brandi M. Estes Laurens, sc 

Elementary Education 

Joanne M. Eubanks Decatur, ga 

Nursing 
Monica L. Eustace Summerviiie. SC 

Architecture 
Bryant D. Evans Pageiand, sc 

Management 



Harrison S. Evans Six Mile, sc 

Not Available 

Michael S. Evans Columbia, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Tonya M. Evans ware Shoais, sc 
Industhal Management 



Donna A. Evatt Liberty, sc 

Early Childhood Education 
Jonathan S. Everette 

Psychology 

Ikemesit A. Eyo Orangeburg, SC 

Mathematical Science 



Mary Anne Fabian Sumter, sc 

Elem. Guidance & Counsel 

Columbia, SC 

Mechanical Engineer 



Edwin S. Farley 
Dilani M. Farr 



Matthew C. Farr 
Laurel A. Fauber 



Spartanburg, SC 

Nursing 

Florence, NJ 

Marketing 

Bedford, VA 

Health Sciences 



Bryan W. Felder Charleston, sc 

Accounting 
Adrian O. Ferguson Easiey, sc 

Marketing 

Glenda L. Few Simpsonviiie, SC 

Secondary English Ed. 

Allyson B. Finley Greenville. SC 

Visual Arts 

April D. Fiorella Bemus Point, NY 

Management Marketing 



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Christopher A. Fisher Kingsport, tn 

Electrical Engineering 



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Amy R. Fleming 
John l\/l. Fleming 
Jill R. Flint 



Honea Path, SC 

Chemistry 

Washington, DC 

Electrical Engineering 

Charlotte, NC 

Special Education 

Elizabeth A. Foster Greenville, sc 

Health Science 



Tonya N. Foster 



Benn W. Foulk 



Ninety Six, SC 

Chemistry 

Dallastown, PA 

Ceramic Engineering 

Crystal K. Fowler Peizer, sc 

Elementary Education 

Amy E. Fox Warner Robins, GA 

Speech & Communications/Business Administration 

Tad M. Fox Sparta, NJ 

Economics Environmental Studies 



Neil J. Franklin 
Kristen E. Frasier 



Jennifer E. Fraylick 



Clover, SC 
Horticulture Turfgrass 
Fort Mill, SC 
Elementary Ed. 
Lexington, SC 
Microbiology 
Carolyn D. Frederick Pine Bluff, ar 
Elementary Education 

Patricia I. Freeman Spartanburg, sc 

Microbiology Health Science 



Scott B. Freese 
Larry D. French 



Naperville, IL 

PRTM 

Rock Hill, SC 

Horticulture 

Robert J. Friedman Gaffnay, sc 

Electrical Engineering 

Jennifer J. Fuller winter Park, fl 

Marketing 

John S. Fuller Faiiston, md 

Accounting 



Leon F. Fulmer Prosperity, SC 

Agricultural Engineering 

Frances D. Futch Walterboro, SC 

Second Ed./History & Geography 

Sharon N. Gainey Hartsviiie, sc 

Psychology 
Birmagidra M. Gainor Sumter, sc 

English 

Paul E. Galbreath Chestertown, md 

Graphic Communications 



John E. Gallagher caiifon, nj 

Financial Mgmt 

Paul A. Galloway Camden, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Kellie L. Gantt Rock hiii, sc 

Nursing 
Geoff L. Gardner Lexington, nc 

Management 

Anne B. Garner Gaithersburg, md 

Financial Management 



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John M. Gasque Latta. sc 

Agronomy 

Anthony J. Gawlik Summerviiie, sc 

Language & International Trade 
Michalene K. Gertsch Goose Creek, sc 

Psychology/Sociology 

Betsy K. Gerwig Summerviiie, sc 

Agricultural Engineering 

Darren R. Getty irmo. sc 

Architecture/Design 



Michael M. Gibson Easiey, sc 

Computer Engineering 

Sablna K. Gill Silver spring, MD 

Marketing 
Beverly D. Gilleland 



Fredrick Gillens 
Staci N. Gillespie 



Six Mile, SC 

Accounting 

Eutawville, SC 

Accounting 

Easiey, SC 

Special Education 



Sheila G. Glandon Greer, sc 

Industnal Engineering 

Kirsten E. Glassmoyer Easiey, sc 

Biochemistry 

Andrea Glauner Fiorham Park, nj 

Graphic Communications 
Laura S. Gleckel Burke, va 

Psychology 

Vanessa A. Glover Bamberg, sc 

Math Education 



Mark T. Godfrey 
Amy L. Goetz 
Jennifer E. Goetz 
Robyn M. Gonzales 



Columbia, SC 

Architecture 

Greenville, SC 

Marketing 

Coral Springs, FL 

Management 

Sumter, SC 

Nursing 

Rebecca S. Goodman Turbeviiie, sc 

English 



Jill E. Goodson Darlington, SC 

Elementary Education 

Tessa A, Goolsby Easiey, SC 

Accounting 

Gregory L. Gordon Townviiie, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Steve L, Gourdin Pineviiie, sc 

Mechanical Engineehng 
Robert A. Graham Columbia, SC 

Marketing 



Carl D. Grant Gaffney, sc 

Forost Resource Mgmt. AFWB 

Amy Elizabeth Green Mariton. nj 

Special Education 

Virginia M. Greenwell waiterboro, SC 

Accounting 

Chad C. Greer Wmslon-Salem, NC 

Chemical Engineering 

Matthew Greer Greensboro, NC 

Chemical Engineering Spanish Language 




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Nancy K. Greer 
Kelly A. Grigg 
Sandi R. Grill 



Belton, SC 
Management 
Spartanburg, SC 
Health Science 
Greenville, SC 
English 
Leigh Lynn Griswold Columbia, sc 

Management 
Taylors, SC 



Jason L. Groce 



Graphic Communications 



Brandon F. Grooms Anderson, sc 

Mechanical Engineering Textile Science 

Wendy A. Gross upper Marlboro, MD 

^Economics International Manage 

Columbia, SC 

PRTM 



Saralyn Gunnells 
Edward W. Gunter 



Thomas A. Haff 



Winnsboro, SC 
Textile Science 
Lugoff, SC 
Mechanical Engineering 



Matthew T. Hafner Townviiie, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Alice M. Hall Pittsburgh, PA 

Nursing 

Bethany E. Hall Orlando, fl 

Psychology 

Franklin E. Hall Ridgeway, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Karen P. Hall Anderson, sc 

Elementary Education Secondary Education/ 



Susan E. Hall Anderson, SC 

Psychology 
Maria "Jill" Hambright Pickens, sc 

Nursing 

Kathleen C. Hands Little River, sc 

Elementary Education 

Thomas Matthew M. Hanleystarr, sc 

Computer Engineering 

Russell A. Hardee Great Fails, sc 
Forest Resource Management 



George T. Harmon Columbia, sc 
Financial Management 



Travis S. Harmon 
Charles L. Harper 
Amy L. Harrelson 
Brian C. Harris 



Newberry, SC 

Accounting 

Newport News, VA 

Political Science 

Greenville, SC 

English 

Dayton, OH 

Marketing 



Elizabeth A. Harris Moore, sc 

Nursing 

Sasha L. Harris ciemson, sc 

Community & Rural Development 

Daniel B. Harrison Spartanburg, sc 

Architecture (Design) 

Melissa N. HartSan Juan Capistrano. CA 

Elementary Education 

Shinichi Hashimoto Orangeburg, sc 

Economics 



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Hatchell- Hollmann 



Irmo, SC 

Accounting 

Durham. NC 

Civil Engineenng 

Dillon. SC 

Accounting 

Dillon, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Simsbury, CT 

Management 



Heath N. Hatchell 
David W. Hawkins 
Jimmy D. Hayes 
Kenneth L. Hayes 
Peter W. Hayes 

Stuart J. Hayes Anderson, SC 

Chemical Engineenng 

John R. Hegler Barnwell. SC 

Graphic Communications 

Marc G. Heimlich ciemson sc 

Psychology 

Rebecca I. Helms Fort miii. sc 

Biological Sciences 
Ralph J. Hemphill Liberty, sc 

Biochemistry 



Etta A. Henry Abbeville, sc 

Early Childhood Education 

Jeff B. Hensley Spartanburg. SC 

Landscape Architecture 

Amy A. Henson Greenville, sc 

Elementary Education 

Sheri E. Herr ciemson, sc 

Not Available 

Chad E. Herron Summerviiie, SC 

Secondary Education 



Shon M. Herron 
Kara S. Herzog 
Stephanie A. Hess 
Heather L. Hester 
Kristie A. Higdon 



Six Mile, SC 

Accounting 

Fairfax Station, VA 

Management 

Statesboro, GA 

Civil Engineering 

Greenville. SC 

English 

Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Nursing 



TerrI T. Hightower Aiken, sc 

Electrical Engineenng 

David M. Hill Hilton Head Island, SC 

Psychology 

Travis S. Hill ciemson, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Robert N. Hinson Bennettsville, SC 

Forestry 

Charles R. Hipp Charleston, SC 

Construction Science & Mgmt. 



Amanda L. Hodge Jonesviiie, SC 

PHTM (Travel & Tourism Mgmt ) 

Matthew F. Hogge Hope MiIIs, nc 

Chemical Engineering 

Brandon M. Hogue Virginia Beach, VA 

Management Legal Studies 

Juliette Holden Amherst. NY 

PRTM 

Lee M. Hollmann Bndgewater, NJ 

Language & International Trade 



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Meredith L. Holloman Hartsviiie, sc 

Elementary Education Early Childhood Educ 
Michael P. Horan Savannah, GA 

Mechanical Engineering 
Seneca, SC 
Nursing 
Columbia, SC 
English 
Greenville, SC 
Chemical Engineering 



Sonya L. Hornick 
Chandor L. Horton 
Christopher Howard 



Melissa C. Howe Myrtle Beach, SC 

English 

Charles "Chuck" E. Hucksconway, sc 

Civil Engineering 

Arthur B. Hughes Greenwood, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Augustus L. Hughes waiterboro, sc 

Biological Sciences 

Benjamin C. Hughes Orangeburg, sc 

Forest Resource Management 



Bradford R. Hughes Greenville, sc 

Marketing 

John D. Hull Greenwood, SC 

Industrial Education 

Christopher S. HumphreysRandoiph. nj 

Accounting 

Clint B. Humphreys n Augusta, sc 

Architecture/Design 

Heather A. Humphries Greenville, sc 

PRTMATherapeutic Recreation 



Colin P. Hundley Barnwell, sc 

Ceramic Engineering 

Crystal A. Hunt Charieston, sc 

Nursing 

E. Elizabeth Hunter Martinez, ga 

Eariy Childhood 

David H. Hurray Anderson, sc 

Science Teaching 

Christopher S. HutchinsonFiorenceSC 

Electrical Engineering 



Henry R. Huthmachercoose Creek, sc 

Accounting 

Robert E. Hyatt Union, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Joe P. lariCCi Framlngham, MA 

Accounting 




Edward C. Ihrie Timmonsviiie, sc 

Forest Resource Management 
April J. Ilagan Goose Creek, SC 

PRTM 

Maryann M. Ingham Charleston, sc 
Health Science 



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Irvin - Kahn 



Katherine A. Irvin Cornelia, ga 

Human Resources Development 

Mary Anne Ivliano Madison, nj 

Marketing 

Jennifer L. Jackson Anderson, sc 

Industrial Engineering 

Collin W. Jacobs Camden, SC 

Electrical Engineenng 

Thomas D. James Columbia, sc 

Forestry 



Andrew L. Jameson ciemson, sc 

English 

Jennifer D. Jamison isie of Palms, sc 

Biological Sciences Psychology 

Matthew M. Jelley Toms River. NJ 

Financial Mgmt 

David A. Jenkins Spartanburg, sc 

Entomology Plant Pathology 

Marc T. Jenkins Fountain inn, sc 

Philosophy 



John E. Jenne Spartanburg. SC 

Computer Engineering 

Lynn E. Jenness Charleston. SC 

PRTM 

Matthew J. JillSOn Dale City. VA 

Chemical Engineering 

Chad A. Johnson Spartanburg. SC 
Biological Science 

Christi L. Johnson Goose Creek, sc 
Elementary Education 



Karen L. Johnson Anderson, sc 

Public Health 

Kindra Q. Johnson Spartansburg. sc 

Industrial Education Human Resources 

Presley Ann Johnson Marian, sc 

Biological Sciences 

Sara C. Johnston Greenville, sc 

Animal Science 

Karen D. Jolley Spartanburg, sc 

Elementary Education 



Cam Jones 
Darius T. Jones 
Leslie K. Jones 
Michael E. Jones 
Stephanie T. Jones 



Greenville, SC 
Sociology 
Calhoun Falls, SC 
Visual Arts 
Blacksburg, SC 
Accounting 
Summerville, SC 
Management 
Pendleton, SC 
Human Resource Development 



Anna K. Jordan 
Kip P. Jordan 
John M. Julian 
Kelly M. Julian 
Greg B. Kahn 



Johnsonville, SC 

English 

Loris, SC 

Management 

Piedmont, SC 

Electrical Engineenng 

Greenville, SC 

Pre-Vet 

Voorhees, NJ 

Animal Science 



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David J. Kaiser Huntington station, NY 

Accounting 
Christopher J. Kanagy 

Chemical Engineering 
Steve J. Kayton Marietta, GA 

Management 

Jeffrey W. Kearse Darlington, sc 

Biological Sciences 

Lamar Kearson Ridgeiand, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 



Nicole D. Kekas Raleigh, nc 

Graphic Communications 

George Kelada Greenville, sc 

Chemical Engineering 

Cliff Keller Greenville, SC 

Business Management 

Melissa M. Kelly Fairfax station, VA 

Chemistry 

Heather A. Kennedy Chesterfield, va 

Accounting 



James P. Kimpton Beiton, sc 

PRTM 

Leyla Kirayoglu Spartanburg, sc 

Psychology 

Jeffrey R. Kirby Aiken, sc 

Physical Therapy Finance 

Matt H. Kirkpatrick Burlington, NC 

Financial Management 

Patricia M. Kirschner Ft. Lauderdale, fl 

Psychology 



Tanya M. Kitchens Clinton, sc 

Chemistry 

Lloyd A. Kittle Baltimore, OH 

Construction Science & Mgmt 

Shannon R. Kleinpeterchadds Ford, pa 

Agricultural Eng/Biotechnology 

Crystal M. Knight irmo, sc 

Animal Science - Pre-Vet 

Laurie E. Kobasa Miiford, De 

Elementary Education 



James L. Knox Anderson, sc 

Chemical Engineering 

Renee H. Krans Chesapeake, VA , 

Public Health - Pre P.T. 

Kenneth E. Krause cieanwater, fl 

Electrical Engineering 

Kelly J. Kuchar Columbia, sc 

Psychology 

Bill A. Kyslinger Winston Salem, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 



Benjamin A. Lagrange Florence, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 
Wade E. Lambert Ruby, sc 

Agricultural Engineering 

Gregory M. Lancaster Pauline, sc 

CPE 

Adam J. Landrum Elkhart, in 

Accounting 

Baltimore, MD 

Fine Art Biological Science 



Tiffany C. Lange 



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Langley- Little 



Richard E. Langley Lexington, sc 

Electrical Engineenng 

Katherine A. Lantz Easiey. sc 

Nursing 



Shawn R. Laskoski waikersviiie, md 

Mechanical Engineering 

Angela R. Latimer Anderson, sc 

Computer Information Systems 



Elizabeth R. LavinskyRockville Centre ny 

Psychology Theatre 

Kevin D. Lawson union, sc 

Electrical Engineenng 

Greenville, SC 

Industrial Technology 



Jason A. Laye 
Susan L. Layton 



Robin M. Lee 



Stuarts Draft, VA 
Not Available 
Starr, SC 
Early Childhood Education 



Laurel L. Lempicke Rock Hill, sc 

fvlechanical Engineering 

Robet C. Lenhardt Charleston, sc 

Biological Sciences 

Amy L. Leonard Miami Shores, FL 

Biological Sciences 

James V. Levitsky Pampton Plains, NJ 

Civil Engineering 

Joseph H. Levy Simpsonviiie, sc 

Marketing 



Daniel R. Lewis Frankford. de 

Chemistry 

Kari Beth Lewis Greenville, sc 

Elementary Education 

Stephanie A. Lewis Fairfax, sc 

Early Childhood Education 

Jason M. Likas Mauidin, sc 

Architecture 
Shih Wei Lin Columbia, sc 

Architecture 



Veretta E. Lindsay Greenville, sc 

Eloclncal Engineering Mathematics 

James W. Lindsey Townviiie, sc 

Sociology Political Science 

Susan M. Link Clinton, sc 

Accounting 

William B. Linn Greer, sc 

Political Science 

Candice D. Little Hartweii. ga 

Biological Sciences 




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Jennifer K. Livingston Pomaria, sc 

Secondary Education — English 

Shianlen Lo Hilton Head Island, SC 

Biological Sciences 

Christie L. Long Rock Hiii, sc 

Elementary Education 

Courtney J, Long Duiuth, ga 

Management 

Ginny L. Looper Greenville, sc 

Elementary Education 



Cristy E. Love 
l\/lari Linn M. Love 



Blacksburg, SC 

Nursing 

Greenville, SC 

English 

Kelly S. Loving Chester. SC 

Elementary Education 

Ashley L. Lowder Sumter, sc 

Early Childhood Education 

Jennifer E. Lowe inman, sc 

Marketing 



Deven J. Lowman Columbia, sc 

Computer Engineering 

Amy A. Lucas Knoxviiie, tn 

Marketing 

K. Shannon Lusk Honea Path, sc 

Biological Science 

Tamara A. Mackey Heath Springs, sc 

Nursing 

Christopher M, Maier irmo, sc 

Political Science Economics 



Christopher G. MakosiejGardiner, me 

Chemical Engineering 
James L. Malfetti Scotch Plains, NJ 

Management 

Jeff D. Malsam woodruff, sc 

Pre-Med/Financial Management 
Bryan T. Manges Knoxviiie, tn 

Accounting 

Fredda C. Manley Seneca, sc 

Early Childhood Education 



Jennifer M. Mann Easiey, sc 

Economics 

Robert T. Manning Spartanburg, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Clifford L. Mansfield Bamweii, sc 

Management 

Katherine D. Maraist Newport, ri 

Biological Sciences 

Daniel H. Marchant Charleston, sc 

Architecture 



James J. MarCOUX Middlebury, CT 

Microbiology Pre-Professional (Pr 

Christine L. MarioranyHuntingtown, md 

Marketing 
Jason J. Martin Anderson, sc 

M.E. 

Jason T. Martin Simpsonviiie, sc 

Industrial Management 

Jennifer J. Martin Abbeville, sc 

Nursing 



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Jenny L. Martin Wake Forest, NC 

Graphic Communications 
McCormick. SC 
Marketing 



Kathy E. Martin 
Leigh A. Martin 
Matt Martin 



Sarah E. Martin 



Spartanburg. SC 

Architecture 

Edgefield, SC 

Management 

Hilton Head, SC 

Marketing 



Thomas E. Martin Unionviiie. pa 

Political Science 

Patricl< W. Mason Newberry, SC 

Forest Resource Management 

Christopher T. Masters Rosweii, ga 

Industrial Engineering Economics 

Katherine H. MatejunasFiemington, nj 

Elementary Education 

Brian C. Mathis Columbia, sc 

Forest Resource Management 



Virginia L. Matthews Sunset, sc 
Special Education Elementary Education 
Greenville, SC 
Biological Sciences 



Bryan V. May 
John B. Maybry 
Charisse L. Mays 
Tonya L. McClain 



Campobello, SC 
Horticulture - Turf 
Harleyville, SC 
Microbiology 
Westminster, SC 
Elementary Education 



Kristin R. McClelland 
Brian McCord 



Knoxville, TN 

Nursing 

Abbeville, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Susan McCrary Cameron, SC 

Political Science 

Phyllis D. McCurry Abbeville, SC 

Biochemistry 

Patrick M. McElderry Columbia, sc 

Accounting Writing 



Patricia Laine McGee Starr, sc 

Microbiology 
Erin K. McGuigan Marietta, GA 

Nursing 

Aleisha McGuirt Rock Hiii, sc 

Elementary Education 

Dana L. McLellan Alexandria, VA 

Elementary Education 

Alisa J. McLeod Jacksonville, FL 

Mathematical Sciences Computer Science 



Todd R. McLeod Charleston, SC 

Packaging Science 

Kathleen E. McLure irmo, SC 

Animal Science 

Adrienne M. McMillan Charleston. SC 

PRTM 

Christopher C. McMillan Allendale, sc 

M(K,hanical Engineering 

Jennifer L. Mehlman Mauidm, sc 

Biochemistry 



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Don R. Meredith Hartsviiie, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Bonnie R. Miller Chapin, sc 

Math Teaching 

Douglas P. Miller Pittsburgh, PA 

Industrial Management 

Natalie D. Miller Huntersviiie, nc 

Architecture 

Stephanie J. Miller Greenville, sc 

Early Childhood Ed. 



William Miller Mahon, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Jennifer M. Mills Johnston, sc 

Elementary Education 
Steven M. Mills Goose Creek, SC 

Chemical Engineering 

Jessica A. MilOSChSaratoga Springs, NY 

Health Science 

Crystal L. Minyard Anderson, sc 

Health Science 



Jennifer A. Monroe Richmond, va 

Accounting 

Heather E. Montgomery Eiioree, sc 

Health Science/Public Health 

Robert L. Moody Auburn, al 

Animal Science (Pre-Vet Scienc 

Jeffrey T. Moore Simpsonviiie, sc 

Industrial Engineering 

Kevin M. Moore Waiterboro, sc 

Microbiology 



Melinda K. Moore Batesburg, sc 

Animal Science Business/Production 

C. David Moorman DeLand, fl 

Mechanical Engineering 

Lorian E. Moose Fairfax, va 

Agricultural Engineering 

Rachel B. Moreland Marietta, ga 

Pre-Vet/Animal Science 

Amy M. Morris Summerviiie, sc 

Secondary Education (English) 



Jennifer P. Morris 
Jonathan L. Morris 



Heather Dawn Morris Kingsport, tn 
Elementary Education 
Orangeburg, SC 
Nursing 
Kingsport, TN 
M.E. 

Kimberly R. Morris Marion, sc 

Business Management 

Shannon M. Morris Fairport, ny 

Psychology Education 



Allison M. Morrow Greenville, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Anna Moss Trenton, sc 

Speech & Communications 

Ian K. Moss Ruby, sc 

Packaging Science 

Carlette Mouzon New zion, sc 

Special Education 

Warees T. Muhammad Denmark, sc 

Biological Sciences 






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Julie M. Mullikin Anderson. SC 

Nursing 

Richard H. Muncaster Mananna, fl 

Management 
Archie T. Murdaugh isiandton. sc 

Accounting 
John K. Murphy Edgefield, SC 

Chemistry 

Angle M. Nanavati Spartanburg, sc 

Elementary Education 



Katherine L. Nauss Columbia, sc 

Elementary Education 

John Y. Neal Virginia Beach, VA 

Management 

Roy M. Neal Wilmington, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Melinda Nease Hardeeviiie, sc 

Psychology 

David A. Nedved Mauidin, sc 

Computer Science 



Kathy M. Neel 


Newberry. SC 


Recreational Therapy Psychology 


Jennifer A. Nelms 


Greenville, SC 




Nursing 


Dana M. Nettling 


Carlisle, PA 


Industnal Engineering 


Elizabeth M. Newton 


Sykesville, MD 




Marketing 


Petra Nindos 


Dunwoody, GA 


Elementary Education 


Matthew Nitch 


Parsippany, NJ 




Architecture 


Carlista M. Nodine 


Landrum, SC 




Psychology 


Corey C. Norcross 


LaPlata, MD 



Mechanical Engineerng 

Patricia C. NorrlS Spartanburg, sc 

Early Childhood Education 

V. Dawn Norris Anderson, SC 

Secondary Education - English 



Candace Alisha A. NortonHartsviiie, SC 

Nursing 

Pamela D. Norton Pickens, sc 

Elementary Education 

Franklin B. Norwood Barnwell, sc 

Agricultural & Applied Economi 



Dax A. Nummy Bamberg. SC 

Construction Science & Managem 

Poppy R. Nunn Chapm, sc 

Elementary Education 

James M. Nunno Hiiion Head, sc 
German and International Trade 




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O'Connor - Park 




Rebecca S. O'Connor Roanoke, va 

Ceramic Engineer 

Timothy K. O'Flaherty Far Hiiis, nj 

Financial Management Accounting 

Kevin O'Neal Johnston, sc 

Chemistry 

Cynthia L. O'Neill Mt Pleasant, sc 

Mathematics Teaching 

Kelly C. O'Neill Timonium, md 

Secondary Education (English) 



Lori S. O'Shields Greer, sc 

Textile Management 

Cynthia L. O'Sullivan Chicago, il 

Secondary Ed History & Geograp 

Carlton C. Oakley Farmviiie, nc 

Ceramic Engineering 

Lisa M. Oaksmith Columbia, md 

Management 
Karen L. Ober 

Accounting 



Lisa C. Oberg 
Michael B. Odom 
Enayat W. Oliver 
Jon S. Oliver 
Steven F. Oliveri 



John W. Orfield 



Florence, SC 

Nursing 

Aiken, SC 

Chemical Engineering 

Decatur, GA 

Financial Mgmt 

Clemson, SC 

Poultry Business 

North Babylon, NY 

Accounting 



Greer, SC 
English 

Rhonda K. Owens Waihaiia, sc 

Electrical Engineering 

James S. Owings ciinton, sc 

Management 
Charles S. Padgett Port Charlotte, FL 

Architecture 

Christopher L. Page Bethlehem, pa 

Economics 



Natasha C. Page 



Robert A. Painter 



Lake View, SC 

English Psychology 

Rock Hill, SC 

Computer Science 

Davis M. Palmer Greenville, sc 

Design (Architecture)/Sociology 



Susan M. Papp Stratford, CT 

Biological Sciences 

Kimberly W. Pardue Hendersonviiie, nc 

Nursing 

Shayne M. Park Burke, va 

Language & International Trade 



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Valerie L. Parker Miami, fl 

Language & International Trade 

Andrea M. Parknurst Frederick, md 
Biological Sciences 



Scott Parris 
Shannon L. Parris 
Benson C. Parrish 



Gaffney. SC 

Civil Engineenng 

Gaffney, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Lincolnton, GA 

Industrial t^gmt 



Asif A. Patel Greenville, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Christina M. Patterson Lexington, sc 

PRTM 

Bridget R. Peake Union sc 

Industrial Engineering 

Andrew M. Pearson Rock Hill, sc 

Chemistry 

Melanie A. Pearson Fayetteviiie, ga 

Psychology Philosophy 



Jessica L. Peebles Duncan, sc 

Elementary Education 

G. Jason Pennypackerwest Grove, pa 

f\/larketing 

Victoria Maria Percic Greenville, sc 

Elementary Education 

Patricia Z. Perez Sonora, Mexico 

Computer Science 

R. Maiden Perry Sumter, sc 

Elementary Education 



Jessamine E. Peterson Conway, sc 

Health Science 
Schuyler Peterson Fort Worth, tx 

Architecture 

Elizabethtown, KY 

Marketing 

Greenville, SC 

Civil Engineenng 

Charleston, SC 

Industrial Engineering 



Kevin M. Petry 
Dana E. Petty 
Melissa L. Pflum 



Katie A. Pfrommer Columbia, SC 

Elementary Education 

Donald J. Phillips Honea Path, SC 

Civil Engineenng 

Ross J. Phillips Jacksonville, FL 

Biological Sciences 

Stephanie A. Phillips Hampton, sc 

PRTM 

Melissa J. Pickard Florence, sc 

Packaging Science 



Charles T. Pickens Burlington, nc 

Ceramic Engineer 

Brian M. PiotrowskI Turnersville, NJ 

Financial Management 

Jannes S. Pitts Columbia, SC 

Management 
KImberly J. Pitts Deep River, CT 

Accounting 
Leandra Pitts Anderson, SC 

Accounting 




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Clint E. Pollard 



Sumter, SC 

Ceramic Engineer 

Greenville. SC 

Biochemistry 

Henry D. Poole Peiion, sc 

Forest Resource Management 

Brian O. Pope Gastonia, nc 

Biological Sciences 

James D. Porterf ield Fountain inn, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 



Kevin L. Post Deitona, fl 

Ceramic Engineering Chemistry 

Allison L. Powell Greenville, SC 

Secondary English Ed. 

Meredith A. Prehn Durham, nc 

Special Education 

Patricia J. Pressley Chester, sc 

Early Childhood Education 
Rachael S. Price Aiken, sc 

Nursing 



IVIatthew W. Pryor Landrum, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 
Ana M. Puckett North Charleston, SC 
Agricultural Engineering 



Katrina L. Pugh 
Brandon W. Punch 



Richard H. Quarles 



Lexington, SC 

Management 

Landrum, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Greenwood, SC 



Electrical Engineering 



Brenda D. Rabon 
Nicholas R. Rahn 



Galivants Ferry, SC 

English 

Houston, TX 



Glenn R. Rathje 

Electrical Engineering 
Richard E. Rathmann Orlando, fl 

Civil Engineering 

Robert G. Rausch Norcross, ga 

Industrial Management 



Michael Ray Johns island, SC 

Management 

Michael J. RayfieldKings Mountain, NC 

Chemical Engineering 

Nicole L. Recame Reston, va 

Spanish L&IT 

Brian L. Redd Prosperity, sc 

Secondary Ed/History 

Patricia A. Redmond Tampa, fl 

Animal Science 



Michael W. Reger Princeton, nj 

Marketing 
Devin M. Reilly Mahwah, nj 

CIS 

Kristen M. Rennie n. Augusta, sc 
Speech & Communication Studies Marketing 
Brent Rewis Lexington, SC 

Civil Engineering 
Robert G. Reynolds Beaufort, sc 
Computer Science 



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Rhoad- Ryan 



Alison D. Rhoad McBee. sc 

Agricultural Economics 

Clare E. Rhodes Greer, sc 

Elementary Education 
Kelly M. Rhodes Peachtree City. GA 
Biological Sciences 



Tracy Rhodes 
Carol P. Rice 



Blue Point, NY 

Recreational Therapy 

Anderson, SC 

Accounting 



Chelsea C. RIchardsonGreenviiie, sc 

Animal Science — Pre-Veterinary 

Laura A. Riddle Piedmont, sc 

Early Childhood Education 
L. Jane Righton Vero Beach fl 

Marketing 

William C. Rigsby Anderson, sc 

Landscape Architectural 

Eddy M. Rinderle DeLand, fl 

Chemical Engineering 



Christopher E. Ritter Marietta, GA 
Chemical Engineering 
Atlanta, GA 
Health Science 



Melany C. Roach 
Nicole L. Roberts 
Keith P. Rockow 
Joseph P. Rogers 



Stanfordville, NY 
Civil Engineering 
Hamlin, NY 
Civil Engineering 
Lexington, SC 
Political Science 



William T. Rollis Lansing. Ml 

Architecture Construction Science 

Robin B. Romano Charleston, sc 

Architecture 
Kristi L. Romanoskysouthampton, ny 

Microbiology 

Francisco Romero-Pastranna 

Puebia, Mexico Biological Sciences 

Kelly K. Rosenlund Florence, SC 

Early Childhood Education 



Michael D. Ross Easiey, SC 

Management Marketing 

Robert B. Ross Spartanburg, SC 

Physical Therapy 

Eric Rossi Lilburn, GA 

Chemistry 

Angel W. Rougley Pacoiet, SC 

Mathematics Economics 

Holly B. Rowe Taylors, SC 

Marketing 



Bruce Rowland Greer, SC 

Management 

Miriam L. Rowland North Augusta, sc 

Elementary Education 

Lisa M. Rudd Summerville, SC 

Secondary Education (English) 

Britta Ryan 

Nursing 

David A. Ryan Greenville, SC 

Financial Management 



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Jennifer A. SabatineHiiton Head island, sc 

Marketing 
Michael S. SaidenSPort Jefferson station, NY 

Management 

Stephanie B. SaleebyN Myrtle Beacfi, sc 

Englisfi Theatre 

Jay Sanders Greenwood, SC 

Forestry 

Heather E. Sargent Liberty, sc 

Marketing 



Rebecca A. SargentStone Mountain, ga 

Accounting 

Brooks B. Saucier Mandeviiie, la 

Agricultural & Biological Eng. 

Robyn J. SaulitiS Annandale, VA 

Electrical Engineering 

Katherine T. Saunool<e Fairview, nc 

Business Management 

Jeffrey D. Sauve Mecfianlcsburg, PA 

Business Management 



Tanya N. Sawyer Campobeiio, sc 
Elementary Education 

Rebekah L, Schafer Greer, sc 

Nursing 

Jennifer L. Scherick vernon, ct 

Sociology Psycfiology 



Gretchen Schmeltzer Marietta, ga 

Biological Sciences Marketing 

Jill B. Schmidt Huntersville, NC 

Nursing 

Kelly J. Schmidt Powder Springs, GA 

Language & International Trade 



Jennifer A. Schultheis 



Stacey L. Schutte 
Tanja Schwab 



Coram, NY 

Psycfiology 

LaGrange, GA 

Marketing 

Myrtle Beach, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Jennifer A. Schwallie Aiken, sc 
Microbiology Math 

Kimberley S. Scott 

PRTM Marketing 



Tracy A. Scruggs Marietta, ga 

PRTM 

Christopher D. Seamandsspringfieid, va 

Sociology 
Mary E. Searcy 



Jennifer V. Segars 
John H. Segars 



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Springfield, VA 

Psychology 

Anderson, SC 

Management 

Darlington, SC 

Nursing 



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Jennifer M. Seibert 
James C. Seibles 
DeAngela E. Sellers 



Danbury, CT 

Sociology 

Winnsboro, SC 

Mathematics 

Pauline, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Michael T. Serijan Yarmouthport. ma 

Financial Management Communications 

Gena R. Sewell Spartanburg, SC 

Special Education 



Charles T. Sexton 



Russell Shaffer 



Beaufort, SC 
Mechanical 
Marietta, GA 
Management 
Harley L. Shaw Bamberg, sc 

Agriculture Ed. Agronomy 
William B. Shaw Spartanburg, SC 

Forest Resource Management Forest Products 

Jennifer L. Shealy Columbia, sc 

Psychology 



James M. Sheehy 
Cherie A. Sheffer 
Megan E. Shelby 
Michelle L. Shirer 
Kenna S. Shoffner 



Annandale, VA 

Accounting 

Sumter, SC 

Special Education 

Hilton Head, SC 

Accounting 

Lone Star, SC 

Management 

Taylors, SC 

Psychology 



Ryan B. Shore Brookfieid, ct 

Mechanical Engineering 

Lawrence R. Showfety Westfieid, nv 

Human Resource Development 

Kenneth B. Shuler st Matthews, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Robert R. Shumpert Cayce, SC 

Industrial Education 

Linda J. Siebest Jamestown, NC 

Computer Engineering 



Jill R. Simmons Greenville. SC 

Nursing 

Douglas R. Simpson Mt Pleasant, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Janet D. SingletaryNorth Potomac, md 

Business 
Robert C. Sink Taylors, SC 

Accounting 
Kerianne L. Skiff Dougiasviiie, GA 

Nursing 



Joseph A. Skladanek Northfieid, nj 

Accounting 

Jennifer Skyrm Cherry hni, nj 

Psychology 

Brian Slattery Ormond Beach, fl 

Spciocti S Communication Studies 

Elizabeth M. Slaughter 

Eloriienlary Education 

Patricia L. Slingerland Moneta, va 
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Sloan - Steinhilber 




Robert W. Sloan Florence, so 

Electrical Engineering 



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Kara D. Smai! 


Summerville, SC 


Amy IVl. Smith 

Cynthia A. Smith 

Graphic 
Eric W. Smith 


Nursing 

Ail<en, SC 

Health Science 

Greenville, SC 

Communications 

Greenwood, SC 


Forest Resource Mgmt 


Francis [\/l. Smith 


Luray. SC 


Heather L. Smith 


Architecture 
Taylors, SC 


Jason A. Smith 


Management 
Joanna, SC 


Jennifer L. Smith 


Chemistry 
Easley, SC 


Textile Management 
Jonathan C. Smith irmo, sc 


Mathematical Science 


Keely B. Smith 


Newberry, SC 



Accounting 

Kimberly D. Smith Jefferson, SC 

Financial Management 

Kristen L. Smith Waiterboro, sc 

Early Childhood Education 

l\yiaureen C. Smitn Vienna, va 

Elementary Education 

IVIonica O. Smith Hamer, SC 

Medical Technology 



Justin H. Snell 



Stephanie O. Snethen 
Lauren J. Snipes 



Sumter, SC 
Accounting 
Sparta, NJ 
Marketing 
Watkinsville, GA 
Biological Sciences 
Frederick IVl. Soller Bioomfieid Hiiis, mi 

Accounting 

Ryan J. Sousa n. Attieboro, ma 

Packaging Science 



Julie E. Sparks Englewood, OH 

Speech & Communication Political Science 

Brandon J. SpeakmanGermantownTN 

Civil Engineering 

Darren C. Spearman Jonesboro, ga 

Biological Sciences 

Dana J. Spell Moncks Corner, SC 

Special Education Elementary Education 

Stephen R. Squires Hemingway, sc 

Agricultural Engineering 



Brad D. Standi 



Westminster, SC 
Agricultural Education 
Alexandria, VA 
Nursing 
Taylors, SC 
Accounting 
Ninety Six, SC 
Packaging Science 

Darren J. Steinhilber Hatboro, pa 

Chemical Engineering 



Angela Y. Stanley 
Jennifer K. Staples 
Julie M. Steer 



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p. Chad Stephens woodruff, sc 

Packaging Science 

Clare L. Sterling Greenville, sc 

Language & Intl. Trade (Spanis 

Melynda S. Ste ward Upper Madboro md 

Graphic Communications 

Shely D. Stice Summervllle. SC 

Biological Science 

Kelly A. Stillwagon Myrtle Beach. SC 

Elementary Education 



John Stillwell Seneca, SC 

Forest Resource Mgmt. 

David M. Stines Camden, sc 

Forest Resource Management 
Peter D. Stipp Greenville. SC 

AFW 

Greer Stokes irmo, sc 

Parks, Recreation, & Tourism M 

Patrick T. Stone Johnsonviiie, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 



Heather P. Strickland Greenville, sc 

Graphic Communications 
Leah B. Strickland Aiken, sc 

Accounting 

Paul Stroman Denmark, sc 

Horticultural Turfgrass 

Davey E. Strong Columbia, sc 

Secondary Education - English 

Les Stroud Greenville, SC 

Computer Engineering 



Jefferson Stuckey 
Karia M. Stumpo 
Allison P. Sturgis 



McCormick, SC 
History 
Norcross, GA 
Accounting 
Aiken, SC 
Business Mgmt. Speech & Communicati 



Jennifer S. Sturm Wyomissing, pa 

Elementary Education 

Nekita J. Sullivan Mauidin, sc 

Health Science Pre-Physical Therapy 

Richard L. Sullivan Laurens, sc 

Electrical Engineehng 



Mary R. Sulzen Barnwell, sc 

H(j;ilth Scionces/Pre-Physical T 

C. Taylor Sutherland stoneviiie, NC 

Physics/Atmospheric Sci 

Julie E. Swicord Pinopoiis, sc 

Elementary Education 

Nevitte Swink Effingham, sc 

Early/Elementary Education 

Jeff D. Switzer Columbia, sc 

Mechanical Engineer 




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Jeffrey M. Szklennik Spartanburg, sc 

Architecture 
Michael A. Talbert McCormick, sc 

Visual Arts Advertising 

Ozan Taner Wleshbaden, Germany, 

Industrial Mgmt 

Sara L. Taraska Kings Park, ny 

Biochemistry 
Jean A. Tate Anderson, sc 

Psychology 



James N. Taylor Johnsonviiie, sc 

Landscape Architecture Pre-Med 

Kimberly E. Taylor Charleston, sc 

Landscape Architecture 

Melissa A. Taylor Dublin, oh 

Accounting 

Robin C. Taylor Greer, sc 

Financial Management 

Shannon K. Teague Simpsonviiie, sc 

Elementary Education 



Laura A. Tesi Yorktown, ny 

Food Science 
Kristen M. Tettemer,, 

Special Education 
Melinda V. Theiling Charleston, sc 

Psychology 

Regina I. Thigpen Greenwood, sc 

Biological Sciences 

Valerie R. Thigpen Greenwood, sc 

Mathematical Sciences Computer Science 



Bryan W. Thomas 
Erica L. Thomas 



Felicia D. Thomas 



Lamar, SC 

Marketing 

North Augusta, SC 

PRTM 

McBee, SC 

Political Science 

James P. Thomas Fairfax, sc 

Agricultural Economics 

Jason E. Thomason Greenville, sc 

Marketing 



Susan E. Thomason Aiken, sc 

Nursing 

Traci D. Thomason Fountain inn, sc 

Financial Management 

Amy J. Thompson Charlotte, NC 

Graphic Communications 

Jason D. Thompson Johnsonviiie, sc 

Civil Engineering 

Jill L. Thompson Clarksville, MD 

Health Science 



Michael S. Thompson Anderson, sc 

Chemical Engineering 

Natarsha L. Thompson Laurens, sc 

Health Science 

B. Foster Thomson Burke, va 

Industrial Management /Engineering 

Joseph C. Thurman Concord, MA 

Marketing 

Angela K. Tidwell Waihaiia, sc 

Secondary Education: English 



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James E. Tillman Columbia. SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Jonathan B. Tingle Fairfax, va 

Construction Science & Managem 

Stephen G. TIsdel Churchton md 

Civil Engineenng 

Elizabeth Tobon Easiey. sc 

Elementary Education Spanish 

Meredith Todd Fiat Rock, nc 

Animal Science 



Rachel E. Todd 



Jason J. Tofel 
Jeff M. Toke 



Fayetteville. TN 

Elementary Education 

Livingston. NJ 

Political Science History 

Greenville. SC 

Chemical Engineering 

Kimberly A. Tolsma Sarasota, fl 

Industnal Management 

Amy E. Tooke Cleanwater. FL 

Management Speech 



Charles R. Towne 
Alicia A. Townsend 



Melora J. Trotter 
Brandon L. Tucker 



Charleston, SC 
Management 
Summerville. SC 
Agricultural Engineering 

James L. Townsend Greenville, sc 

Accounting 

Naperville, IL 

Biology Spanish 

Concord, NC 

Animal Science 



David K. Tumblin Greenville, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Elizabeth P. Turner Florence, SC 

PRTM Health Science 

S. Lamar Turner Buffalo, ny 

Sociology 
William C. Turner Dunedin, fl 

Management 
Maura C. Tyler Georgetown, DE 

English 



Mark Tyndall 
Pilar G. Tyson 



Dillon, SC 

Biological Sciences 

Beaverton. OR 

Speech & Communication 

Keith D. Underwood Chesnee, sc 

Grad Computer Engineering 

Sarah L. VanDuzer Duiuth. ga 

Nursing 
Emily L. VanDyke Greenville. NC 

Psychology 



Christy L. VansantNorth Myrtle Beach, SC 

Nursing 

Robert A. Vaughan Boilmg Spring, SC 

Ornamental Horticulture 

Rocky Vaughn Honea Path, SC 

Psychology 

Claire E. Vaughters Aiken, sc 

Elementary Education 

Joe E. Venable Easiey, sc 

Civil Engineering 




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Vincent B. Vereen Hemingway, sc 

Packaging Science 

Sherre Lin Viens s Easton, ma 

Parks Recreation & Tourism Mgm 

Elizabeth G. Vieser Freepon, ny 

Speech & Communications 

Lila T. Villarreal Greenville, sc 

Industrial Engineering 

Brett M. Villiger Greenville, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 



Richard IVI. Voell<er Columbia, md 

Industrial Mgmt 

Brian C. Wagner stone Mountain, GA 

Financial Management 

Victoria L. Waldron Upper Marlboro, MD 

Agricultural Engineering 

Heather R. Walker Woodbine, ga 

Sociology Communications 

Derrick B. Wallacestone Mountain, ga 

Marketing 



David A. Wallwork Columbia, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 
Matthew Walters Concord, nc 

Management 

Michael H. Walzak Jacksonville, FL 

Speech & Communications 

Joel A. Ward Kingstree, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Leigh Ward Marian, sc 

Management 



Tripp Ward Daiton, ga 

Textile Management 

Wendy L. Wardlaw Anderson, sc 

Elementary Education 

Sarah Z. Warmath Pittsburgh, pa 

Early Childhood Ed 

Elizabeth R. Warren Charleston, sc 

Political Science 

Krista C. Washington Aiken, sc 

Packaging Science 



Travis B. Washington Biackviiie, sc 

History - Pre-Law 
Jill M. Wasilnak Turnersville, NJ 

Psychology 

Matthew P. Wasmund Eustis, fl 

Secondary Education: Spanish Spanish 
Travis D. Waters Ninety six, sc 

Chemical Engineering 

Shea Watkins Florence, sc 

Elementary Education 



Dave S. Watrous 



Derek R. Watson 
Sondra L. Watson 
Jay T. Weaver 
Omri K. Webb 



Fairfax. VA 
Civil Engineering 
Petersburg, VA 
Civil Engineering 
Gable, SC 
Nursing 
Greenville, SC 
Mechanical Engineering 
Spartanburg, SC 
Architecture 



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Weitz- Williams 



June A. Weitz 
Kirby T. Wells 
Lee Welsh 



Charleston. SC 

Health Science 

Greenwood, SC 

Packaging Science 

Darlington, SC 

Architecture 



Nelly F. Welsh New Ellenton, SC 

Biological Sciences 

Robin L. West Greenwood, SC 

Math Teaching 

Ginger E. Westbury n Charleston sc 

Computer Engineering 



Joseph A. Westmorelandcaihoun, ga 

Psychology 
Jeffrey R. Wheeler Jacksonville, fl 

Management 
Alison L. WhetStoneNorth Augusta, SC 

Psychology 
Kristen H. White Greenville, SC 

Accounting 
Shane B. White Huntsviiie, al 

Financial Mgmt 



Shelley L. White Waiterboro, SC 

Elementary Education 

Susan A. White Abbeville, SC 

Elementary Education 

Holly J. Whiteley Florence, SC 

Civil Engineehng 

Wendy J. Whitlock Charleston, SC 

Animal Science 

Claudia N. Whitmire Anderson, sc 

Language & International Trade 



Charles R. WidenhoeftCharieston, sc 

Industrial Engineering 
Ryan D. WiebePalm Beach Gardens, FL 
Mechanical Engineering 
Laurens, SC 
Special Education 
Hartsville, SC 
Civil Engineenng 
Blacksburg, SC 
Microbiology 



Jill H. Wilbanks 
Todd B. Wilkes 
Meg P. Wilkins 



Matthew Wilks 
Ryan J. Wilks 
Guy J. Williams 
Kathryn E. Williams 
Ray A. Williams 



Charleston, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Charleston, SC 

Horticulture 

Camden, SC 

Architecture 

Jesup, GA 

Psychology 

Severna Park, MD 

Economics 







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Shannon L. Willis 
Vickie L Willis 
August Gene Wills 



Shannan M. Williams Trenton, sc 

Chemical Engineering 

Steven E. Williams Clover, sc 

Agricultural Mechanizaiton & B 

Fountain Inn, SC 

Animal Science 

Lexington, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Greenville, SC 

Secondary Education - English 



Richard A. Wilmoth Clover, sc 

Mechanical Engineering 

Kelly L. Wilson Rockviiie, md 

Elementary Education 

Eric C. Windt Spartanburg, SC 

Language & International Trade 

Rebecca T. Winn Conway, sc 

Biological Sciences 

Elizabeth L. Wise Aiken, sc 

Nursing 



Jacqueline M. Wisler New Hope, pa 

Nursing 

Thomas D. Witmer irmo, sc 

Chemical Engineering 

Suzanne L. Wolff N Potomac, MD 

Not Available 

D. Guy Wood Lexington, SC 

Forest Resource Mgmt. 

W. David Wood Columbia, sc 

Computer Information Systems 



Jennifer D. Woods Fayetteviiie, ga 

Financial Management 

John G. Worley Murphy, nc 

Bachelors of Fine Arts 
Eric K. Wright Greenville, SC 

Chemistry 

Walter B. Wright Charlotte, nc 

Graphic Communications 

Christopher S. Wyatt Greenville, sc 

Computer Information Systems 



Kristin M. Yanek Aiken, sc 

Nursing 

Chad H. Young Maiden, nc 

Textile Chemistry 

Jeffrey R. Young Waiterboro, sc 

Horticulture - Turfgrass 

Jennifer N. Young Greenville, sc 

Secondary Education (Social Sc 

Wendi E. Young Greenwood, sc 

Community & Rural Development 



Mary Carol Younginer Florence, sc 

Accounting 

Keith D. Yuhas Rockviiie, md 

Accounting 

Bethany B. Yundt Duiuth, ga 

Speech & Communication English 

Michael i. Zaffuto E. Patchogue, ny 

Accounting 



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Abercromble - Booth -* 



Ben G. Abercrombie 

Frank Adams 

Kevin T. Alewine 

Leslie L. Allen 

Robert L. Allen 

Melanie K. Allerot 



Gerald D. Anderson 

Jeffrey C. Anderson 

Terry L. Anderson 

Stacey M. Andrews 

Mark H. Anthony 

Russell M. Arant 



Robyn M. Atkinson 

Melissa L. Bagwell 

Jenna L. Baker 

Kemper E. Baker 

Ozan S. Balaban 

Brian L. Barbery 



Craig F. Bariou 

Todd D. Barrett 

Amy D. Batcheldor 

Pamela J. Bauers 

Cara R. Baysden 

Jennifer M. Beam 



David K. Beamguard 

Edith C. Beasley 

Nicole F. Beattie 

Michael A. Beaudreau 

Laura C. Bellum 

Heather A. Bessette 



Daniel P. Beuchel 

Ann K. Billian 

Marvin T. Binnicker 

Ivan P. Bisbee 

Anselle M. Blackmon 

Katheryn S. Blake 



Chauntel D. Bland 

Patti A. Blessing 

Audrey P. Bohachic 

Beth L. Bollinger 

John T. Booth 

Julianne H. Booth 




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Jeffrey T. Boozer 
Michelle L. Boozer 
Ronda D. Boozer 
Melissa A. Bowie 
Brian J. Bowman 
Jennifer L. Bozard 



Stephanie R. Brabham 
Brad Bracken 
Nat J. Bradford 
Wes Bright 
Neil R. Britton 
Christina L. Brockman 



Chris C. Brooks 
Holly B. Brown 
Laura M. Brown 
Marie E. Brust 
Paul C. Bryant 
Jennifer M. Buck 



Jennifer K. Burke 
Ashlie S. Burnette 
Christopher D. Burns 
Lori Burnside 
Susan E. Burr 
Joy E. Busch 



Margaret M. Bynum 
Matt L. Byron 
Michael W. Caccia 
Elizabeth A. Cantey 
Seth T. Carey 
Savah M. Carlino 



Craig W. Carlson 
Kelly R. Carson 
Brian S. Cather 
Brian Cave 



Amy Cawthon 
Alex P. Cehanovich 
Tiffany J. Chapman 
David W. Chasteen 



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Chau - Davel 



Catherine K. Chau 

Jackson H. Chetwood 

Brant W. Chipley 

Tanya E. Chisolm 

Mary Ellen Chopoorian 

Kelly E. Christenburg 



Candice C. Christman 
Kristin M. Chung 



Nancy A. Church 
Rebecca C. Cibic 



Kimberly S. Clark 
Loran E. Cleveland 



Mark A. Cllne 

Shelly R. Cobb 

Jason D. Coffman 

Ashley M. Collier 

Andrea S. Compton 

Claire M. Compton 



Nelson T. Conard 

Graciela C. Coronel 

Jamie A. Counterman 

Ellen R. Cox 

Kirstie L. Cox 

Robert N. Cox 



David B. Craig 

Jill Crawford 

Brian S. Cross 

Jason D. Currie 

Jeffrey A. Dantzler 

Susan M. Davel 




282 



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Davis - Franklin 




Pamela L. Davis 
Donna Rae Deaton 
Laura J. Decelles 
Kellie B. DeFord 
Christy M. DeLand 
Mathew M. Demetriades 



Todd P. Demianych 
Richard A. DeSilva 
Kelly E. Dickerson 
Eric R. Dillenbeck 
Jason C. Dillon 
Karen S. Dolce 



Chris J. Domrese 
Christopher E. Dorton 
Stephen Dowey 
Joseph M. Doyle 
Chris Drawdy 
Shawn C. Dubis 



Michael P. Dunagan 
Misty S. Dunn 
Dawna Lee Dunsmore 
Aimee C. Durand 
Dana C. Durant 
Deonna D. Durbin 



Zeke Durham 
Kerry L. Easier 
Rebecca A. Easier 
Elizabeth S. Eisenstadt 
Christopher R. Eleazer 
James H. Ellis 



Jeff A. Evatt 
Suzann M. Fabian 
Frances A. Farish 
Kimberly L. Farmer 
Virginia L. Finley 
Amy N. Fisher 



Ashley E. Fisher 
William T. Fleming 
Jennifer M. Ford 
Paige A. Fowler 
Maggie R. Frampton 
Erin J. Franklin 



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Franklin - Hanks 



Suzanne E. Franklin 

Malee L. Free 

Jeffery W. Freeze 

Jennifer R. French 

Marilyn J. Friday 

Brian T. Fulkerson 



Jay B. Fulmer 

Zack P. Fulmer 

Cristina M. Galiano 

Sean A. Galton 

Rebecca F. Garner 

Laura R. Garrett 



DeAnna M. Garrison 

Dimitra Gazos 

Mary E. George 

Brian W. Gerhart 

Christina J. Gerik 

Billy G. Giannopoulos 



Mandy B. Ginsberg-Morton 

Matthew W. Gissendanner 

Karen T. Godset 

Adam D. Goetz 

Laura M. Goodson 

Emily B. Gore 



Michelle L. Gosnell 

Jenny Gossett 

Melanie L. Grant 

Shedrick A. Grant 

Tamara Y. Green 

LaToya C. Greene 



Charles L. Griffin 

William H. Griffith 

Barry S. Grubbs 

David B. Gully 
Amy E. Hagaman 

Dana E. Hager 



Keith H. Haigler 

Kelly S. Hall 

Stephen E. Hall 

Johnie C. Hamett 

Julia Hane 

Angela M. Hanks 




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Haralson - Katsaros 




Kristen Haralson 
Kevin G. Hardy 
Julianne K. Harman 
Mary V. Harmon 
Christine M. Harrington 
Stanley B. Harris 



Anna Lee Hays 
Shannon L. Henderson 
Jeff M. Hendrix 
Cheryl L. Heuer 
Daniel A. Heuer 
David L. Heydt 



Amy E. Hill 
Keith Hiller 
Summer M. Hobbs 
Nancy M. Hodge 
Steven C. Hodge 
Elizabeth H. Holmes 



Grahame E. Holmes 
Lori Holmes 
Laura L. Hook 
Edward Z. Horton 
Anna E. Huckabee 
Patrick M. Hughes 



Christy D. Hunter 
Allison M. Irick 
Curtis R. Jackson 
Thomas M. Jelinek 
Angela J. Jenkins 
Kelly S. Jenkins 



JoAnna Jensen 
Jamie Johnson 
Laura C. Johnson 
Chris A. Johnston 



Jennifer Jordan 
Kelly J. Jordan 
Stacy A. Jussen 
Agathe T. Katsaros 



jM/m 



285 



Kaufmann- Longshore 



11 



Mark A. Kaufmann 

Amy M. Keelen 

Cam A. Keisler 

Summer M. Kent 

Shelly L. Kernodle 
Joseph B. King 



Laurie K. King 

Gregory T. Kinsman 

Brian W. Kirkland 

Kelli A. Klein 

Scott C. Koenig 

Kevin R. Krick 



Devin M. Kudlas 

John Kwist 

Bob T. Kyslinger 

Kenneth M. Lagrone 

Robert M. Lake 

Camp Lane 



Caria S. Lapsley 
Jason T. Largey 

Stacey A. LaRoche 
Penny E. Lawson 

Leighann K. Lawyer 
Matthew R. Laye 



John W. Leary 

Kimberly M. Lee 

Larry J. Lee 



Robert W. LeMaster 

Amanda H. Ley 

Emily F. Ley 



Laura M. Lightsey 

Ann K. Loftis 

Kyle M. Longshore 



286 



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4 \. 










Lopez - Nix 



James Lopez 
Allison B. Lynam 
Thomas L. Mack 
Louis A. Manigault 
Jennifer D. Marchbanks 
Christi L. Mardis 



Bradford E. Marsico 
Cynthia D. Marvin 
Lori M. Maxie 
Lisa M. McAlister 
Trey McCants 
Robin D. McCurry 



Emily C. McDaniel 
Ashley C. McDonald 
William T. McDowell 
Melissa A. McNeil 
Teresa L. McNeill 
Mathew A. McPherson 



Garrick D. McQueen 
Rebecca J. Meadows 
Russell D. Meeks 
Jamie R. Melton 
Martha L. Miley 
Amanda M. Miller 



Kathryn L. Miller 
Russell B. Miller 
Ashleigh D. Mills 
Jennifer D. Mills 
Dennis J. Mitchell 
Katrina R. Mizell 



Jenny M. Montgomery 
Allison Moody 
Elizabeth L. Moore 
Stephanie E. Moore 
Brian N. Morgan 
James L. Morgan 



Jeannie R. Morgan 
Ashley C. Moss 
Rhonda Murray 
Christy R. Nichols 
George M. Nickles 
Daniel A. Nix 






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287 



North \/vay - Reid 



Jill A. Northway 

Benjy W. Norton 

Allison J. Novellino 

Christopher M. O'Dea 

Heather N. Oakley 

Robert H. Outlaw 



Gretchen L. Owens 

Kalita D. Owens 

Nicole L. Parris 

Marion R. Parrish 

Emily Parson 

Heather L. Patterson 



Mary E. Pearce 

Ronnie L. Peay 

Nancy W. Peters 



Wendy E. Peters 

Brooke Petty 

Aaron S. Phillips 



Amy E. Piatt 

Tammica D. Pixley 

David A. Poole 

Heather A. Poole 

William S. Poore 

Leigh Ann Preacher 



Louis A. Prete 

Jessica E. Proctor 

Heather L. Pulaski 

Floriano Putigna 

Angela C. Raines 

Ro S. Ralph 



Sandra D. Redd 

Jessica K. Redington 

Doc Reed 

Julie V. Reeves 

Christie E. Reid 

Julia E. Reid 




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Rex - Speer 



Tripp Rex 
Angela H. Ridings 
Julie A. Rigg 
Melinda D. Roberts 
Daniel S. Robson 
Erin L. Rogers 



Tiffany D. Roll 
Renae E. Rosenfeld 
Rebecca M. Ross 
Christopher T. Royster 
Darin L. Rumer 
Casey R. Ryan 



Suzanne M. Sanford 
William E. Sasser 
Toby A. Sauerbrei 
Katherine E. Scales 
Adam L. Schwarteman 
Joy Blanton Scurr 



Joseph W. Seaman 
Anna N. Sears 
Joseph B. Sellars 
Peter D. Senger 
W. Kevin Sharp 
Kenneth E. Shealy 



Amy L. Sheppard 
Kevin J. Short 
Bryan K. Shroeder 
Darrell L. Shuler 
Kevin E. Shuler 
Michelle L. Sieradzki 



Katie E. Simmons 
Kindra L. Simon 
David A. Singletary 
James R. Sirois 
Tim R. Smarr 
Alice E. Smith 



Katharine E. Smith 
Shelley L. Smith 
Yolanda Smith 
Kimberly K. Smoot 
Suzanne Spaulding 
James R. Speer 



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2S9 



Sprouse - Weathers 



Lori S. Sprouse 

Daryl J. Stanley 

Johnny T. Staples 

Thomas D. Staton 

Andrea L. Steer 

Michael Anthony Stith Jr. 



Jennifer L. Stublick 

James E. Stukes 

Mandy B. Sturmfelz 

Matthew R. Summey 

Julia F. Sumter 

Alan L. Taylor 



Raymond J. Taylor 

Jeffrey R. Thayer 

Karin G. Thomas 

Jason E. Thompson 

Sandra E. Thompson 

Tracy S. Thompson 



Heather R. Thomson 

T. Danielle Tidwell 

Brooks G. Tippett 

Jeffrey S. Todd 

Jill M.Todd 

Jennifer Torres 



Deedee L. Townsend 

Chau B. Tran 

Mary J. Traywick 

Sally W. Traywick 

Bradley L. Trout 

Philip E. Trussell 



Brett S. Varner 

William B. Vaughan 

Marni R. Vincent 

Phillip M. Vinson 

Laura L. Visser 

Karen A. Walcher 



Angela L. Walker 

Kemp B. Wall 

Brian C. Wander 

Bruce S. Ward 

Meredith J. Ward 

Ashley Weathers 




29oj~\pomm 



I 




Webb - Zier 



William A. Webb 
Justin R. Werner 
Stephanie M. Westerberg 



Jonathan S. White 
Scott White 
Kim A. Whitlock 



April D. Whitmore 
Allison L. Wilkes 
Brooks Williams 



Jason T. Williams 
Mervin L. Williams 
Chris N. Willis 
Wendy L. Willis 
Ronnie L. Wilson 
Virginia L. Wilson 



Shane C. Windham 
Wendy J. Windsor 
Joseph N. Wingard 
Maureen Wingfield 
Valerie A. Winningham 
Erin S. Winstead 



Brian T. Wofford 
Brandon L. Woodward 
Tillla L. Wrenn 
James Nathan Wright 
Zachary Wright 
William P. Yarmal 



Amy Yonce 
David A. Yonce 
Grant L. Young 
Lori E. Young 
Jennifer C. Zier 



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mm 



291 



Aldebol - 



Amanda F. Aldebol 

Julie R. Alexander 

Erika L. Allen 

Stephen T. Allen 

Chiconna S. Alston 

Ashley E. Anderson 



Karen Anderson 
Thomas G. Anderson 
Tonda Andrews 
Adrienne V. Ash 
Jason P. Bagley 
Roben E. Bailes 



Kristen C. Baker 

Kristen R. Baldwin 

Angela D. Ballard 

Ashley E. Ballard 

Jennifer C. Ballenger 

Jamie M. Barbery 



Stephanie P. Barnette 

Stephanie E. Barrett 

Brian D. Bauer 

Bradley L. Baumgarner 

Cara E. Baumhardt 

Kevin L. Bell 



Nancy E. Bellas 

Joel J. Belton 

Angle D. Berry 

Kayne C. Bigger 

Kimberly N. Black 

Jonathan Chad Blacksten 



Jeremy R. Blair 

Edwin Boatwright 

Michelle C. Bowie 

Kristi L. Brantley 



James R. Breland 

Stacy L. Brettner 

Mindy L. Brewer 

Oliver A. Brewton 




292 f\mm/n 



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Broome - Coly\/ell 



Brantlee Broome 
Darlene L. Broughton 
Ronnie T. Broughton 
Marian E. Brown 
Meredith K. Buckner 
Sarah J. Bunte 



Shawn G. Burke 
Amanda J. Burnett 
Tara M. Busch 
Jennifer M. Butts 
Mandie C. Campbell 
Scott K. Carlson 



Cassandra L. Carnes 
Chad Carpenter 
Deborah L. Carson 
Stacey A. Carter 
Kristen N. Carver 
Kristin D. Carver 



Kelly L. Castagnola 
Michael A. Catanese 
Edward K. Chamberlain 
Karl Chamberlin 
Robyn M. Chandler 
Emily E. Chaplin 



Christopher B. Chestnut 
Timothy Chick 
Paula L. Childs 
Ashley E. Clark 
Patricia A. Clary 
William A. Cloninger 



Kimberly R. Clough 
Ben Coates 
Karen M. Coffey 
Brian D. Coker 



Kenneth B. Cole 
Adrienne L. Collier 
Holly H. Colvin 
Michael T. Colwell 



wmms f\m 



Cooke - Faircloth 



James B. Cooke 

Janice M. Corn 

Teresa M. Cotton 



Amy L. Cox 

Lea M. Cox 

Leslie M. Crawford 



Marshall J. Crowther 

Claire E. Culp 

Alton B. Cumbie 

Cornelius J. Cunningham 

Steve L. Czarsty 

Masai A. Dacton 



Hope L. Dangenfield 

Ryan O. Dannelly 

Amy E. Davis 

Jeffrey (Brian) Davis 

Jessica R. Dean 

Colette J. DeGarady 



Paige DeKold 

Sarah E. Delaney 

Paula L. Denault 

Giovanna DiBiccari 

Nicole M. Ditoro 

Melissa P. Dorfman 



Cheryl A. Dove 

Michelle L. Duckworth 

Victoria S. Dulay 

Matt Dunbar 

Carrie S. Eargle 

Heli P. Earls 



Tina M. Eckel 

Heather K. Edwards 

Matthew J. Eidson 

Angela R. Enright 

Jennifer L. Evans 

Leisa J. Faircloth 




294 



pomm 



i 




Fanning - Holder 



Heidi E. Fanning 
Tamera N. Ferguson 
Cliristine M. Fernicola 
Jon Fisher 
Jason C. Fleck 
Didier Paul Fleurisme 



Lance M. Flood 
Chase H. Folk 
Eric C. Folk 
Richard C. Ford 
Katherine A. Freeman 
Miranda P. Frost 



Eric Garris 
Tishana L. Gary 
Jason G. George 
Jennifer E. Gettys 
Lori M. Gill 
David M. Ginfrida 



Amy L. Glushakow 
Ryan S. Goodroe 
Constance R. Goodwine 
Julie L. Gosnell 
Heather L. Graham 
Lauren V. Greene 



Amy K. Griffin 
William L. Grimsley 
Ashley Elizabeth Guffee 
Jodie N. Ha 
Laura I. Hagins 
Paula A. Haines 



Kyra L. Hamilton 
Jennifer Hammond 
Carrie E. Harden 
Ashley L. Harmon 
Christi M. Harmon 
James M. Harrell 



Jessica Harrell 
Patrick Harrington 
Elizabeth L. Harris 
Buffy Head 
Ashley M. Heath 
Valerie J. Heider 



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295 



Heller - Knight 



Elaine K. Heller 

Jason S. Henderson 

Steven E. Herin 

Lee Hicks 

Shawn M. Higbe 

Kenya V. Hilton 



Corey B. Hinson 




Tamika J. Holman 


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Nancy Hood 


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Josh L. Howard 


Amy E. Hoye 




Stacy M. Hoyt 


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Walker J. Huggins 

Drew P. Hyche 

Alison F. Jackson 

Steven S. Jacobs 

Chrissy A. Jager 

Cecilia C. Jameson 



Alice L. Jenkins 

Amy C. Jenkins 

Andrea M. Johnson 

Cristina L. Johnson 

David F. Johnson 

Renee L. Johnson 



Mary Kirk Johnston 

Emily A. Jones 

Kim J. Jones 

Jamiel C. Kadri 

Karen T. Karr 

Heather E. Kay 



Chad Keith 

Kristin J. Keith 

Earl Kelton 

Bryan L. Kent 

Salim I. Khalil 

Anthony N. Kinder 



Deidra E. King 

Lesley L. King 

Troy D. King 

Tiffany A. Kirkland 

Wil Kitchings 

John S. Knight 




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Knox - Muschick 



Daniel B. Knox 
Lindsay A. Knudsen 
Chris R. Koon 
Robin A. Lake 
Susan D. Lark 
Faith V. Lawrimore 



Matthew D. Lee 
Thomas D. Littlejohn 
Austin D. Livingston 
Audrey IVI. Lloyd 
James E. Lollis 
Ross Love 



Jason C. Lowe 
William M. Malloy 
Gwendolyn J. Malone 
Erin M. Manahan 
Christy L. Martin 
Jennifer L. Martin 



Jenny E. Martin 
Matthew S. Massingill 
Jill E. Matthews 
Faith R. Matutina 
Molly D. Maybry 
Karen D. McAlhany 



Sallie McAmish 
Anna M. McCall 
Kenneth S. McGaha 
Casey McGee 
Meredith P. McKenney 
Ann M. McVay 



Stacey G. Meetze 
Tonya M. Miller 
Erin B. Mishkin 
James M. Mitchell 
Karen M. Mize 
Stephen J. Moroney 



Douglas M. Morro 
Nancy V. Motes 
Victoria R. Mullikin 
Madelyn L. Mullins 
Tracie Muntz 
Paul E. Muschick 



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297 



Necker- Rabon 



Andrew J. Necker 

Katherine Nelson 

Leslie R. Nelson 

Jennifer S. Newton 

Michael W. Nichols 

Virginia M. Nickles 



Jody A. Nix 

Daron J. Nowak 

Jennifer B. O'Rourke 

Joanna E. Odella 

Jonathan D. Oglesby 

James E. OIlis 



Norma F. Olson 

Peter L. Olson 

Heather C. Orr 

John Y. Orvin 

Emily L. Osier 

Shelley M. Owens 



Erin L. Painter 

David W. Parker 

Susan M. Parks 

Andrea L. Patterson 



Jennifer J. Patton 

Beth A. Penny 

Merri A. Petty 

Keenan Pfeiffer 



Ashley B. Phillips 
Susan G. Phillips 
Jeannie E. Pierce 
Jeffrey S. Poole 
Heather M. Poore 
Sally A. Porter 



Audrey Powell 

Audrey M. Powell 

Ashley C. Prickett 

Daniel J. Proper 

Bradley J. Putman 

Stephanie R. Rabon 




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2%j~\pomms 




Carrie B. Raines 
Jameelah N. Rasheed 
Shaun T. Ratliff 
Mary M. Reaser 
Brian D. Redd 
Anna B. Reeves 



Matt M. Renwick 
Monica J. Ricard 
Henry G. Richardson 
Wade Richardson 
Michael C. Rider 
Sylvia D. Rigdon 



Trey Riggon 
Sandy L. Riggs 
Heather N. Riley 
Melissa Jo Riley 
Tara E. Rinehart 
Ivan L. Roberts 



Rafgr Roberts 
James B. Robertson 
Caria V. Robinson 
Hunter L. Robinson 
Amy L. Rogers 
Herbert Rogers 



Jason R. Rogers 
Scott Rogers 
Valerie Rosen 
Bryan S. Royal 



Shannon B. Ryan 
Wesley C. Ryan 
Kyle A. Sandtreit 
Heather E. Sarratt 



Tara Schwartz 
Caroline P. Scruggs 
Marianne E. Sease 
Erica C. Seastrunk 
Amy R. Septon 
Brendon R. Serra 



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299 



Seymou r - Tolsma 



Wanda L. Seymour 

Kara R. Shanklin 

Ellen L. Shaylor 

Bridget A. Sherman 

Jill R. Shipp 

Heather J. Shivers 



Suzannah G. Siebert 

Nichole L. Silkworth 

Daytonia D. Singleton 

Dea Skiadas 

Tiffany D. Slaton 

Jason Smith 



Robyn L. Smith 

Sara A. Smith 

Suzane M. Speas 

Jason L. Spell 

Michael J. Spradlin 

Ginny Stafford 



Daniel R. Stanton 

Sheryl A. Stasiowski 

Ananda Stephens 

Kathryn K. Stevenson 

Daniel P. Stima 

Holly L. Storey 



Jennifer R. Stuckey 

Leslie M. Sturtevant 

Tiffany Sweeney 

KImberly M. Swint 

Jennifer L. Tate 

Kimberly M. Tavlbee 



Catherine M. Taylor 

Joel Taylor 

Rick Taylor 

Scott P. Taylor 

Brandon C. Templeton 

Will R. Terry 



Kimberly Thomas 

Susan H. Thompson 

Troy M. Thompson 

Margaret S. Thrailkill 

Vicki R. Tollison 

Debra L. Tolsma 




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TraM/ick - Young 



Kathryn L. Trawick 
Rebekah L. Truesdale 
Frances S. Tuttle 
Kari E. Vance 
Mark B. Varadi 
Ashley L. Vernon 



Emily R. Vestal 
Heather R. Villeponteaux 
Stephanie M. Waites 
Paige M. Waldrop 
Jordan E. Warlick 
Meredith H. Warren 



Cheney R. Washington 
LaShondra T. Washington 
Melissa M. Watson 
Becky J. Watts 
Carrie M. Weatherly 
Heather A. Webb 



Michael K. Welborn 
Patrick T. Wellington 
Matt Wells 
Andrea M. White 
Anna H. White 
Benjamin S. Whitener 



Andrew A. Whitmire 
Emily C. Wight 
Kathlena N. Wilber 
Heather Y. Wiley 
Kathryn I. Williams 
Kent P. Williams 



Amanda B. Wilson 
Erica E. Wilson 
Jason D. Wilson 
Ellen E. Witherspoon 
Jennifer L. Woodall 
Jennifer L. Wright 



Rob J. Wright 
Jill R. Wuenthrich 
Madison B. Wyche 
Jenny G. Yarborough 
Summer N. Yeargin 
Laura M. Young 



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Tony A. Abdou 

David W. Abies 

Ryan T. Abrams 

Anne S. Adams 



Julie E. Adams 

William R. Adams 

Karen E. Ahlgren 

Jeannie L. Aldrich 



Barrie R. Alewine 

Deborah L. Alexander 

Ronald K. Alexander 

Joseph R. Alford 

Jeff P. Allara 

Debbie K. Allen 



Jean A. Allen 

Robertson C. Allen 

Whitney G. Allen 

William M. Allen 

Kevin D. Allison 

Rowland P. Alston 



Chad J. Alverson 

Scott D. Amick 

Katie L. Anderson 

Lee F. Anderson 

Tonya M. Andre 

Kara R. Andrighetti 



Dennis J. Archambault 

Elena S. Arecco 

Douglas P. Armistead 

Frank M. Armocida 

Matthew G. Arrants 

Everick J. Arthur 



Jon D. Artigas 

Chris C. Ashley 

Sara E. Ashworth 

Stephen W. Asklns 

Ashleigh M. Atkinson 

Joshua A. Atwell 




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Aumann - Bennett 




Ryan A. Aumann 
Jenny-Rebecca Austen 
Derek W. Austin 
Justin C. Avant 



Terence E. Ayers 
Susan L. Baclimann 
Joshua IVI. Baker 
IVIark A. Ballington 



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Corrie E. Banis 
Andrea K. Banish 
Brad K. Banks 
Kimberlee P. Banks 
Bobby R. Bannister 
Brett J. Barest 



Jason D. Barger 
Elizabeth A. Barnard 
IViichael Barnat 
Amy E. Barnett 
Josh Barnhill 
Frank J. Barnwell 



Rebeka S. Barr 
Robert H. Barrows 
Gelester R. Baskett 
Lisa R. Bassett 
Brooke A. Battaglia 
Jilliann R. Baumgarner 



Lauren A. Beadle 
Brian E. Beal 
Angela N. Beam 
Kelley E. Beasley 
Sarah E. Beattie 
Mary B. Beauchene 



William Beckham 
Jason D. Bedenbaugh 
Tracy R. Bellamy 
John P. Bengier 
Leigh Ann Bennett 
Miriam T. Bennett 



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Bennett - Bristov\/ 



Walter Bennett 

Jonathan L. Benton 

Trevor J. Benton 

Brian J. Berge 

Suzanne N. Bethea 

Marcia C. Bhagwandin 



Wes T. Billingsley 

Channesia L. Black 

Charles P. Blackburn 

Heather L. Blacky 

Charlotte A. Blair 

Tracy D. Blanchard 



Stephanie A. Bland 

Leslie J. Bloking 

Alvin Bobo 

Sara E. Bodi 

Heath B. Bolds 

Jennifer L. Boltjes 



Austin E. Bond 

Robert A. Boozes 

Kimberly D. Borngesser 

Lisa Bower 

Elizabeth A. Bowers 

Hunter L. Bowie 



Brigitte S. Boy 

Roland L. Boyd III 

Trent J. Bradberry 

Michael J. Bradford 

Richard K. Bradley 

April C. Brady 



William M. Branch 

Matthew E. Brantley 

Janet L. Brashier 

Wil Brasington 

Michelle Braung 

Rebecca Breazeale 



Kevin M. Bridges 

Melissa J. Briggs 

Debra L. Bright 

Rebecca J. Brigma 

Roxanne Brinson 

Adonis D. Bristow 




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A 



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Broach- Car/son 



Shannon S. Broach 
James S. Broomfield 
Amy H. Brown 
Audrey L. Brown 
Bruce E. Brown 
Ja'Nette Brown 



Jamie L. Brown 
Gregory R. Brownlee 
Walter C. Brunson 
Michael E. Bryant 



Emily R. Bryson 
LeKeith A. Bufford 
Danny B. Bufkin 
Jennifer E. Bull 



Bishop B. Bullock III 
James R. Bumgardner 
Alana L. Burdette 
Amanda E. Burdette 
Heather S. Burgess 
Walter T. Burke 



Ryan C. Burnett 
Alyson Burroughs 
Justin E. Burtnett 
Adam S. Busch 
Meredith E. Bushing 
Jeffrey G. Butler 



Synetria D. Butler 
Angela I. Butts 
Heather F. Buxton 
Christina S. Cadmus 
Benjamin N. Calhoun 
Andrew N. Cambron 



Donald B. Campbell 
Heath S. Campbell 
Kasie S. Campbell 
Kristi N. Campbell 
Bradford F. Cardell 
Jason G. Carlson 



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Cams - Corley 



^ 



Philip H. Cams 

Robert G. Carpenter 

Robin M. Caruthers 

James M. Castillo 

Christy M. Cato 

Adrian M. Caudell 



David W. Cecil 

Jason M. Cecil 

Will N. Chapman 

Susanah E. Chetwood 

John T. Childress 

Jason R. Childs 



Katherine J. Chisholm 

Jeffrey W. Christner 

Jodi L. Christopher 

Ryan M. Chung 

Christine A. Church 

Dawn M. Chyiko 



Burma A. Clark 

Leslie D. Clayton 

Melanie L. Clayton 

Kristen N. Cleveland 

Tyler A. Cline 

Meya C. Clinkscales 



Amy M. Cloaninger 

Willie J. Coates Jr. 

K. Lynn Cobb 

David R. Coggins 

Stephanie A. Cole 

Allen T. Coleman 



Anna E. Coleman 
Andrew P. Collins 

Angela M. Collins 

Gustina B. Collins 

Jason H. Collins 

Valerie M. Collins 



Kimberly A. Comprini 
Mary Allison Condon 

Benjamin C. Cook 
Erin L. Cook 

Abigail M. Cooper 
Christopher J. Corley 




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Corning - Cutler 



i 



Edwin D. Corning ill 
Kevin C. Cote' 
Mark S. Cothran 
Chris M. Coughlan 
Christina A. Coughlan 
Emily E. Cox 



John Cox 
Katie A. Cox 
Terence Cracovia 
Kevin M. Craig 
Kyle T. Craigo 
Keith B. Crain 



Jeremy L. Crane 
Lindsay R. Crane 
Will Crapps 
Warren A. Crawford 
Brad A. Crenshaw 
Leslie E. Cribb 



Laura R. Cromer 
Natalie M. Cropp 
Jamie A. Cross 
Karyn L. Crowder 
Theron R. Crowder 
Brandt W. Culbertson 



Julie L. Cumbee 
John D. Cummings 
Andrew Cunningham 



Jacob R. Cunningham 
Eric S. Curtis 
Wesley T. Curtis 



Kathryn S. Cuthbertson 
Catherine G. Cutler 
Daniel E. Cutler 



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307 



Dabkov\/ski - Duke 



Julie L. Dabkowski 

Christopher T. Dallas 

Doug M. Danowski 

Amy W. Davies 

Jennifer H. Davis 

Jonathan 6. Davis 



Janaii L. Dawkins 

Allison R. Dawsey 

Laurie C. DeHamer 

Nancy H. Deibler 

Jennifer N. Delk 

Laura M. Dembiec 



Scott M. Dempsey 

Laurie D. Dent 

Michael J. DePalma 

Kristi Devlin 

Amy D. Dickson 

Timothy E. Dickson 



David R. Dilworth 

Bill S. Dixon 

Kimberly S. Dixon 

Michael B. Dixon 

William H. Dixon 

Nathaniel Dogan III 



Gina M. Domis 

Chantelle L. Donald 

Joyce A. Donohue 

Danielle H. Doolin 

Harold G. Douglas 

Matthew J. Dover 



Justin J. Dowd 

Karen L. Drake 

Hugh K. DuBose 



Brett L. Duke 

Mckenzie H. Duke 

Melissa A. Duke 




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Dunagin - Feaster 



Jonathan D. Dunagin 
Johnna L. Duncan 
Geoff W. Duncklee 
Wendy M. DuRant 
Ross W. Durham 
Keri E. Dyar 



Jennifer J. Eaddy 
Erin A. Eads 
Elizabeth A. Earl 
Catherine L. Earls 
Jessica L. Early 
Farrah S. Easier 



Melanie B. Easter 
Nikole R. Ebel 
Michelle Edens 
Jay W. Edwards 
Jeff K. Edwards 
John K. Edwards 



Shawn C. Edwards 
William F. Edwards 
Anne F. Efird 
Angela M. Ehinger 
Stacy A. Eickhoff 
Henderson B. Elam 



Coleman Ellenberg 
Jason A. Ellenburg 
Jennifer S. Ellenburg 
Adrienne C. Ellis 
Jessica L. Ellis 
Amy G. Emanuel 



Matthew P. Engen 
Heather L. Erek 
Jessica R. Ervin 
Matthew R. Eskridge 
Wendy A. Estes 
Cara C. Euculano 



Jennifer A. Evans 
Nathan D. Evans 
Carrie Anne M. Eye 
Wade B. Fairey 
Kendall H. Fant 
Mary K. Feaster 



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Ferguson - 



Robert A. Ferguson 

Sarah C. Ferguson 

Michael D. Fielder 

Rhonda R. Fields 

Melissa A. Finkle 

Jennifer A. Fisher 



Jennifer L. Fitze 

Melissa A. Flak 

Joshua C. Fletcher 



Amanda Flowers 

Melissa A. Flowers 

Jason Ford 



Jody L. Forkins 

Crystal L. Frady 

Summer E. Fraley 

Brent C. Frampton 

Catherine N. Frank 

Renee I. Frank 



David C. Freeman 

Lauren L. Freeman 

Rebecca L. Freeman 

Katie A. Freshwater 

Bill Frey 

Whitney E. Fuller 



Michael A. Gagliardi 

Melanie R. Galberry 

Kerri L. Gamble 

William B. Gamble 

Patrick A. Gardner 

Mackenzie B. Garrison 



Ashley P. Gatlin 

Edward S. Gatlin 

JoEllen Gawronski 

Adam C. Gee 

Faith D. Geiger 

Roddey E. Gettys 




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Gibson - Hag en 



Holly B. Gibson 
Almee M. Glehas 
Kaleta L. Gilbert 
Kristi Gllden 
Elizabeth E. Gillane 
Jonathan C. Gilmore 



Kevin F. Ginn 
Jimmy L. Glass 
Emily E. Godbold 
Rebecca L. Godbold 
Amanda S. Godfrey 
Ryan H. Goff 



Kathryn B. Goforth 
Herbert H. Gould 
Sarac Gorkem 
Bradley M. Grace 
Carliss C. Graham 
Darian Graham 



Shuana Graham 
Heidi L. Graney 
Corrine Grant 
John J. Grant 
Sandi C. Gratic 
Ashley P. Green 



Tamesha N. Green 
George C. Greene 
Jerry P. Greene 
John O. Greene 
Thad W. Gregory 
Chrissy D. Grice 



Jamie M. Griggs 
Kristin A. Grimes 
Jennifer Guerin 
Sherofi K. Guess 
Daniel R. Guiney 
Kelly A. Guinn 



Michael R. Gunn 
Sukhbir "Sony" Guram 
Christopher L. Guy 
Megan L. Hackler 
Jason C. Hadley 
Josh F. Hagen 



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311 



Hagen - Hemingv\/ay 



Wendi A. Hagen 

John T. Hagood 

Susan L. Hale 

Meagan C. Hall 

Susan K. Hallex 

Cara L. Haltiwanger 



Rebecca L. Haltiwanger 

Michael H. Hamilton 

Ammon J. Hammett-Bregger 

Byron A. Hammond 

Emily S. Hammond 

Catherine E. Hamrick 



Tucker H. Hamrick 

Emily A. Hanauer 

Erin L. Hanes 

Stacy A. Hanna 

Kelley R. Harbin 

Trent P. Hardee 



James R. Hardin 

Tucker E. Harding 

April M. Hardwick 

Kristofer L. Hardwick 

Haskell D. Hardy 

Kirsten L. Harken 



Justyn Harper 

John H. Harris 

Brice H. Harry 

Jason B. Hart 

Jason C. Harvey 

Jessica B. Harwood 



Eric L. Haseltine 

Takako Hashimoto 

Julie E. Hatchell 

Kelli M. Hawkins 

Julie Hay 

Shannon H. Heath 



Toi E. Hebden 

Robert L. Helms 

Stacey D. Helms 

Mary L. Helton 

Mike W. Helvie 

Kelly E. Hemingway 



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Henderson - Home 




Laurie L. Henderson 
Cortney B. Hendley 
Jacob P. Henley 
Brian C. Henry 



Wendy R. Henson 
Kathryn M. Heppner 
Marianne H. Herr 
Michael J. Herring 



Jonathan D. Herron 
Hayden L. Hesse 
Keri Heye 
Tia H. Heyward 
Katherine M. Higgins 
Stacey D. Higgs 



Jaclyn P. High 
Jamie R. Hill 
Jennifers. Hill 
Rena Hilyer 
Stuart Hinchliffe 
Kevin S. Hinde 



Matt C. Hines 
John D. Hipps 
Katharine E. Hitch 
Bryan Hoffman 
Garrett T. Hoffman 
John M. Hoffman 



Danny R. Hogge 
Robert "Chris" Holder 
Nathan S. Holleman 
Jeffrey T. Holley 
Amy R. Hollifield 
James S. Hollis 



James M. Holloway 
Heather L. Holmquist 
Dana N. Holsonback 
Brian H. Holstad 
^ Amy L. Hook 
Jenna L. Home 



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513 



Hov\/ell - 



Angela Howell 

Courtney E. Howell 

Jason M. Howell 

Zachary E. Howze 

Alan H. Hubbard 

Laura E. Huckabee 



Marissa L. Hudson 

Aretha M. Hugglns 

Jamie J. Hugglns 

Rachel Hughes 

Natalie G. Human 

Thomas L. Hutchins 



Rainie E. Hutchinson 

Matthew J. Hydrick 

Erin M. Hyman 

Christina M. Hynoski 

Leigh A. Ido 

Hyonchin Im 



Rachel E. Irwin 

Stephanie J. Isbill 

Chris A. Jackson 

Ryan M. Jackson 

Graydon W. Jackson 

Tyler W. Jacobs 



Karen E. James 

Libba James 

Stephanie C. James 

Aileen R. Jeffries 

Michael Jett 

Blanca T. Johns 



Jennifer L. 
Jennifer M. 
Latasha R. 
Lori K. 
Nicole R. 
Rebecca T. 



Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 



Rob Johnson 

Stephen J. Johnson 

Tara E. Johnson 

Andrea E. Jones 

Cheryl L. Jones 

Justus J. Jones 




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Jones - Krick 



Krystal Y. Jones 
LaTarsha D. Jones 
LeeAnne Jones 
Megan P. Jones 
William Jones 
Jason R. Jurgensen 



Gerich C. Kadala 
Steven Kaegi 
Corey A. Kalbaugh 
Kimberly T. Kamp 
Julie M. Kay 
Joshua P. Kearns 



Sean J. Keegan 
Crystal M. Keels 
Melissa D. Kelley 
Scott W. Kelley 
Shannon H. Kelley 
Michelle A. Kelly 



Jeffery E. Kemp 
Lisa A. Kendall 
Stacy A. Kennedy 
Ronald W. Kennedy Jr. 
Elizabeth L. Kent 
Jeremiah W. Kenworthy 



Mary F. Kerr 
Amanda N. King 
Amanda (Mandy) C. King 
Patricia A. King 
Ty A. Kingsmore 
John D. Kirby 



William D. Kirby 
Cindy M. Kleinman 
David A. Kline 
Tracy L. Kline 
Beth Koch 
Elizabeth V. Koches 



Kameron D. Koger 
Cynthia R. Kopkowski 
Kimberlee Kopp 
Jason Koye 
Amy M. Kraska 
Julie R. Krick 



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315 



Kuras- Lipscomb 



Amy K. Kuras 

Amy K. Laffey 

Janeen M. Lafler 

Daniel G. Lagrange 

Christine P. Lake 

Brandy D. LaLonde 



Michelle C. Lamphier 

'Bo" Robert W. Lancaster 

David L. Lance 

Meredith M. Land 

Kimberly M. Landree 

KInda Lane 



Mary M. Lane 

Tim G. Lane 

Jimbo T. Langfitt 

Heather A. Lankford 



Eric Laquiere 

Farrah L. Laughridge 

Angeljque J. Lausch 

Brandon J. Lawhern 



Martha Leath 

Wesley P. Lee 

Shelly M. Leeke 

Kelly S. Leeman 

Ella R. LeGrand 

Greta N. LeMaster 



Patrick T. Leonard 

Alison Leslie 

Alison Lester 

Christopher D. Lewis 

Margaux B. Lewis 

Jennifer L. Ligon 



Kevin C. Lindler 

Amy C. Lindsey 

Carol A. Lindsey 

Andy T. Linn 

Ryan P. Linn 

Keri A. Lipscomb 




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Lisman- McCall 



Bradley E. Lisman 
Jaime M. Litchfield 
Lawrence P. Livingston 
Mark Livingston 
Mike D. Lockard 
Robert E. Lockard 



Michael E. Lokey 
Jeannie L. Long 
Rebecca A. Long 
David C. Lusk 
Jessica Y. Lutz 
Tanika L. Lyies 



Maureen A. Lynch 
Jean E. Lyons 
Karen E. Mabry 
Ryan L. Mallory 
Nathan S. Maloy 
Desma E. Manigault 



Jennifer L. Manry 
Heather L. Manske 
Renee K. Marino 
Jared D. March 
J. J. Markiewicz 
Kevin P. Marsh 



Stephanie D. Marsh 
Lisa A. Marsigllo 
Nancy R. Martin 
Susan K. Martin 
Michael D. Mastin 
Laura M. Matasovsky 



Ellen Matesevac 
Christopher J. Mathey 
Michael W. Mathis 
Rebecca A. Matteson 
David B. Mattison 



Kristopher M. Mattox 
Elizabeth C. Maxwell 
John "Mac" R. McAlpine 
Brian P. McCall 
Kevin D. McCall 
Matt A. McCall 



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McCallion- Metz 



Courtney M. McCallion 

Kelly L. McCarty 

Farrah G. McCauley 

Connie A. McClain 

Daniel P. McClam 

Patrick B. McClary 



Jennifer M. McClure 

Charles "Lance" L. McColl 

Jimmy "Lynn" McColl 

Chanta N. McCoy 

Clayton A. McCoy 

Heather N. McCoy 



Laura E. McCoy 

Elizabeth R. McCue 

Robert A. McCullar 

Lee M. McDerment 

Elizabeth L. McElveen 

Russell L. McElveen 



Sam C. McGee 

Haden R. Mclnnis 

Alicia D. McKeag 

Michael Bret McKenzie 

Norman D. McKenzie 

John P. McKibbin 



Johnny W. McKissick 

Robert P. McLellan 

Marcus "Trey" J. McMakin 

Christine L. McMullin 

Joseph B. McNeill 

Tameka R. McRae 



Mary C. Medlin 

Heidi M. Meek 

Johnette D. Meekins 

Karen A. Mehlman 

George W. Meister 

Todd P. Mercer 



Michael R. Mercier Jr. 
Stephanie S. Metz 




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i" . 




Mewborn - Myers 



Amanda F. Mewborn 
Jason A. Miller 
Margaret C. Miller 
Ruthie A. Miller 
Todd W. Miller 
Benjamin T. Mills 



Douglas R. Mills 
Jamie D. MInick 
Greg S. Mitchell 
Jennifer A. Mizell 
Brian D. Mobley 
Richard B. Mock 



Marcus C. Moeller 
Shawna L. Molchan 
Carey L. Molin 
Trude L. Molin 
Ellen R. Montgomery 
Grey B. Moore 



James E. Moore 
Joy C. Moore 
Nancy J. Moore 
Rebecca L. Moore 
Robert C. Moore 
Sharon E. Moore 



Betsy Morgan 
Matthew L. Morgan 
Adrianne E. Morris 
Crystal L. Morrison 
Harry S. Morrison 
Kevin R. Morrison 



Mary M. Morrow 
Todd A. Morschhauser 
Latanya K. Moton 
Ebony J. Mouzon 
Joseph A. Mozingo 
Zaneta T. Mowatt 



Jessie M. Muir 
Kimra S. Mullis 
Monica B. Mullis 
Ryan F. Murray 
Brooke L. Musselwhite 
Catherine E. Myers 



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Myers - Parker 



Katie L. Myers 

Marion D. Myers 

Susan E. Myers 

Nathan S. Naidas 

Kathryn M. Nance 

Michael A. Nance 



Latarsha M. Nelson 

Jennifer E. New 

Ryan C. Newell 

Daniel P. Newlin 

Melissa L. Newman 
Binh V. Nguyen 



Anne Beaumont Nichols 

Meagan D. Nichols 

Farah E. Nicholson 

Matthew L. Nistico 

Patrick A. Nitsche 

Carrie A. Nixon 



Kimberly D. Nobles 

Chris W. Norfolk 

Michael Norkett 

Katherine S. North 

Vincent C. Northcutt 

Jennifer L. Nunes 



Colleen O'Brien 

Mary B. O'Brien 

Autumn M. O'Connor 

Shanna L. O'Donnell 

Clark J. O'Neal 

Emily T. O'Tuel 



Charles E. Odell 

Rion R. Odom 

BIythe N. Ogden 

Ashlee N. Osborne 

Kathryn S. Owen 

Beth E. Owens 



Michelle A. Owens 

Robi D. Owens 

Scott L. Padgett 

Mark R. Pantsari 

Sean P. Paone 

Genie L. Parker 



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Parker - Powell 



Robert C. Parker 
Robert B. Pate 
David J. Patrick 
Bryan B. Patterson 
Suzanne D. Patterson 
Jason E. Payne 



Will J. Peeler 
Ashley T. Peery 
Taylor M. Pelick 
Susan R. Pendergrass 
Alyssa A. Penn 
John C. Penney 



Rhonda M. Perkins 
Kathleen G. Perry 
Jocelyn R. Persinger 
Jennifer L. Peterson 
Laurie C. Petillo 
Jillian M. Petro 



Daniel T. Pettay 
Justin D. Pfeifer 
Lenzie B. Phelps 



Amy R. Phillips 
Carlton T. Phillips 
Clayton B. Phillips 



Kristy A. Phillips 
David P. Philpott 
Russell T. Pickering 



Rebecca J. Pietila 
Wil Plyler 
Laura Potuto 
Ben G. Powell 
John K. Powell 
Philip G. Powell 



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Pov\/ell - Rich 



Stacey D. Powell 

Tracey L. Powell 

Gina M. Power 

Angela G. Prater 

Daniel H. Presnell Jr. 

Amalia M. Price 



Benjamin D. Price 

Tina M. Price 

Jewel E. Prichard 

Kelly M. Pritchard 

Kenny D. Pritchard 

Laura E. Profit 



Andrew L. Pruitt 

Jared M. Prusak 

Dawn E. Pryor 

Jennifer L. Puckhaber 

Mike Puleo 

Lori Pusser 



Jason E. Putnam 

Jessica D. Quinlan 

Emily M. Rabon 

Lori A. Rabon 

Melissa M. Ramp 

Danielle Ramsey 



John D. Randall 

Emily E. Ratchford 

April E. Ratliffe 

Leigh M. Ratteree 

Jane V. Ravenel 

Courtney L. Rawlings 



Kerry E. Rayfield 

Danielle E. Ream 

Joshua H. Reed 

Holly A. Reid 

Jonathan J. Reid 

Robin M. Reinhard 



Jon C. Renck 

Crystal M. Rhodes 

Kelli A. Rhymer 

Katie G. Rice 

Anna L. Rich 

Roxanne L. Rich 




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Richardson - Shands 




Brad A. Richardson 
Mollie S. Richardson 
Kelly A. Rife 
Annette L. Riffle 
Margaret A. Riley 
Christopher C. Rish 



Kristen A. Robbins 
Ian D. Robinson 
Jenifer M. Robinson 
Mary F. Robinson 
Victor B. Robinson 
Katherine E. Roenfeldt 



Erica J. Rogers 
Benjamin J. Roller 
Alison C. Rollins 
Shelley D. Rose 
Benjamin J. Ross 
Michael Rouby 



Venesa Ruiz 
Charles W. Rush 
Monica L. Rushton 
Lori A. Rutkowski 
Amy E. Saffer 
Bradley D. Saine 



Chris J. Salvador 
Kelly E. Sanborn 
Dawn L. Sarnowski 
Danielle M. Satterfield 
Lindsey M. Satterfield 
Jason Satterwhite 



Kerry F. Sawyer 
Jason E. Schaefer 
Jonathan D. Schuman 
Patricia S. Schwery 
Bradley K. Scott 
John W. Scruggs 



Lottye A. Seawright 
Margaret L. Segars 
Eric W. Senn 
James V. Servey 
Shana W. Sessions 
Sandra H. Shands 



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Share - Smith 



Laura Share 

Amanda L. Sharpe 

Brooke E. Sharpe 

Scott T. Sheaffer 



Paul M. Sheehan 

Jameitre' W. Shefton 

Joni A. Shenefield 

David D. Sheriff 



Kathryn A. Sheriff 

Reagan A. Shirley 

Jason A. Shulick 

Justin B. Shum 

M. Suzanne Shumway 

Charles D. Sibley 



Mandy Siconolfi 

Christopher L. Sielicki 

John C. Sieverdes 

Al Sikes 

Kelli A. Sikes 

Julie A. Siman 



Amanda M. Simmens 

Amy L. Sims 

Ella M. Sims 

Jameka A. Sims 

Michelle L. Sipe 

Jamie C. Sittig 



Jamie R. Skelton 

Summer D. Skidmore 

Brandi M. Slaton 

Laura M. Slice 

Jay W. Sloan 

Allison J. Smith 



Benjamin E. Smith 

Brent A. Smith 

Bryan D. Smith 

Caroline S. Smith 

Chad M. Smith 

James B. Smith 



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Smith - Stokely 



Jennifer L. Smith 
Jeremy C. Smith 
Kendra E. Smith 
Lisa M. Smith 
Marcus T. Smith 
Matthew M. Smith 



Matthew W. Smith 
Missy E. Smith 
Parker Smith 
Roy W. Smith 
Sarah C. Smith 
Shannon "Hope" Smith 



Susannah D. Smith 
Lori R. Smoak 
Kelley M. Snelling 
Josh D. Snellings 
Angela K. Snyder 
Charles B. Snyder 



Jared N. Sobelson 
Brian D. Sofield 
Maria L. Sorenson 
Ronald J. Southerland 
Amy M. Southern 
Richard Spatola 



James C. Spears 
Jodi M. Speer 
Kevin A. Sproles 
Nathaniel C. Spurr 
Beverly A. Squires 
Autumn L. Stackhouse 



Laura B. Stall 
Cindy N. Stallings 
Meredith L. Starkey 
Robert] C. Starling 
Wendy L. Steele 
Joseph J. Stephens 



Judon L. Stevens 
Kristen A. Stevenson 
Amanda L. Stewart 
Timothy D. Stewart 
Melonie L. Stocker 
Kevin M. Stokely 



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stokes - Thatcher 



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Kelli L. Stokes 
Andrea J. Stone 
David A. Stone 



Jonathan B. Storck 
Brandon M. Stowe 
Alison L. Straw 



Neil A. Struby 

Jennifer L. Stubbs 

Frank T. Suber 

Sean L. Sudduth 

Farrah L. Sullivan 

Patrick A. Summerour 



Leslianne Swanson 
Nancy L. Swanson 
James N. Sweeney 
Darien A. Swenson 
Meagan M. Swingle 
Stephen N. Sydow 



Melanie Szubski 

Brian G. Tait 

Jamie L. Tallant 

Richard L. Tallier 

Christopher M. Taylor 

Fredrick M. Taylor 



Heather N. Taylor 

Jason E. Taylor 

Jason P. Taylor 

Margaret R. Taylor 

Michael J. Taylor 

Nicki L. Taylor 



Otis R. Taylor 

Marguerite K. Teer 

Howard Testerman 

Ryan L. Teten 

Tara L. Thames 

Laura Thatcher 



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Thomas - Vicars 



Adam J. Thomas 
Katheryn J. Thomas 
Eric D. Thome 
Shanna L. Thompson 



Shannon P. Thompson 
Shawnna M. Thompson 
Tekeya R. Thompson 
Lauren M. Thomson 



Adrian M. Threatt 
Jason R. Thrift 
Kimberly A. Timmerman 
Brian IVI. Tindall 



Amanda E. Todd 
Dawn Y. Toland 
Kristin Tomlinson 
Keneth L. Tootle 
Peter "Scott" Tortora 
Sara E. Tracy 



Jennifer L. Tropea 
Tom C. Tse 
Brad O. Tubbs 
l\yiichael S. Tucl<er 
Christopher D. Turner 
Curt L. Turner 



Kimberly B. Turner 
Layla A. Tyler 
Joel O. Tyner 
Stephanie C. Tyner 
Jeffrey O. Upton 
Charity B. Urban 



Stacey L. Utheim 
Robert J. Uva 
Brittany L. Vandenberg 
Kelly M. VanderVeen 
Carlos L. Velado 
Jennifer E. Vicars 



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Vinson - Whitley 



Howard B. Vinson 

John P. Von Ins 

Dunnovan G. Waddell 

Julie A. Wadford 

Jason H. Wagers 

Robert B. Walker 



Sally R. Walker 

iVIelanie L. Wall 

Tara L. Walters 

Christina M. Ward 

Jennifer Ward 

Chanell N. Wardlaw 



Bret A. Warner 

Barrett F. Washburne 

John M. Waters 

Eric W. Watson 

Jamie D. Watson 

Joshua T. Watson 



Lara B. Watson 

Lisa T. Watson 

Patrick E. Watson 

Wallace P. Weathers 

William F. Weathers 

Jason A. Weaver 



Emily R. Webb 

Addie E. Weber 

Richard Weinert 

David A. Welling 

Colleen C. West 

Caria L. Westbury 



Heather B. Westmoreland 

Benjamin S. Whaley 

Julie A. Wharton 

Louise G. Wheeler 

Mea D. Wheeler 

Tanya L. Wheeler 



David P. Whichard 

Jason M. Whinghter 

Allison M. Whitaker 

Vanessa A. White 

David E. Whitehead 

Kershaw E. Whitley 




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Whitman - Yurcaba 




Shawn B. Whitman 
Daniel F. Whittington 
Laura J. Wichmann 
Kelly A. Wickersty 
Amy K. WIetecha 
Kelly L. Wilburn 



Karen A. Willams 
Brad Williams 
Katrina Williams 
Lindsey A. Williams 
Mark Williams 
Ni-Kesha A. Williams 



Ashley L. Williamson 
Wendy L. Willingham 
Heather M. Wills 
Elizabeth A. Wilson 
Eric M. Wilson 
Lindsay J. Wilson 



Pamela D. Wilson 
Sara E. Wilson 
Travis Wilson 
Katie A. Winkels 
Jason P. Winstead 
Sara T. Wisemiller 



Matthew E. Wisenbaker 
Patrick R. Withers 
Nathan E. Wolf 
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Abdou, Tony A. 302 

Abell, Tillman J. 244 
Abercrombie, Ben G. 280 

Abercrombie, Travis 174 

Abies. David W. 302 

Abrams, Ryan T. 302 

Academics 88, 89 

Ackerman, Shane 174 

Acropolis 53 

Adair, Trevor 1 14 

Adams, Anne S. 162,302 

Adams, Frank 204, 280 

Adams, John Quincey 84 

Adams, Julie E. 207, 302 

Adams. Nathan J. 205, 244 

Adams, Rila H. 244 

Adams, William R. 302 

Adams, Wilson S. 244 

Addison, Gail 160, 161 

Addison, Stephanie 200 

Aery, Melissa 196 

AFROTC 200 

AFROTC, Cadre 200 

Ahlgren, Karen E. 302 

AIDS 22, 23 

AIDS Quilt 22, 23 

Aiello, Stacy R. 188. 189. 244 

Aiken, Lon 154 

Aiken, Wayne 202 

Aiken, William M. 244 

Alber, Mike 150 

Alcohol Awareness 42, 43 

Aldebol, Amanda F. 292 

Aldrich, Jeannie L. 302 

Aldridge, Allison 142 

Alewine, Barrie R. 302 

Alewine, Kevin T. 280 

Alexander, Deborah L. 302 

Alexander, Jen 142 

Alexander, Jon 183, 190 

Alexander, Julie R. 292 

Alexander, Megan 148,209 

Alexander, Pledge 208 
Alexander, Ronald K. 302 

Alford, Joseph R. 302 

Alizzi, Jason 145 

Alkins, Brett 182 

Allara, Jeff P. 302 

Allen, Betsy 142 

Allen, Carolyn Y. 244 

Allen, Debbie K. 302 

Allen, Elizabeth 152 

Allen, Erika L. 292 

Allen, Jean A. 302 

Allen, Jennifer 208 

Allen, Lauren B. 244 

Allen, Leslie L. 280 

Allen. Michael B. 244 

Allen, Robert L. 280 

Allen, Robertson C. 302 

Allen, Stephen T. 292 

Allen, Todd 147 

Allen, Whitney G. 302 

Allen, William M. 302 

Allerot, Melanie K. 280 

Allison, Kevin D. 302 



Allison, Sage 186 

Allison. Tricia 148 

Alpha Chi Omega 140, 141 

Alpha Delta Pi 142,143 

Alpha Gamma Delta 188. 189 

Alpha Gamma Rho 144 

Alpha Phi Alpha 146 

Alpha Phi Omega 145 

Alpha Tau Omega 147 

Alston, Chiconna S. 292 

Alston, Rowland P. 302 

Alverson, Chad J. 302 

Alverson, Leslie A. 244 

Alwewine, Barrie 142 

Amencan Ceramics Society 

201 
American Marketing 

Association 201 

American Society of Civil 

Engineers 202 

American Waffle 53 

Amick, Scott D. 302 

Ammons. Ricky 182 

Amy Poston 191 

Anastasia. Jason G. 244 

Anderson. Ashleigh 148 
Anderson, Ashley E. 186. 292 

Anderson, Ben 206 

Anderson, Dana K. 244 

Anderson, Gerald D. 280 

Anderson, James 174 
Anderson, Jeffrey C. 184. 280 

Anderson, Jennifer 154 

Anderson. Julie 142 

Anderson, Karen 154, 292 

Anderson, Kathleen 148 

Anderson, Katie L. 302 

Anderson, Lee F. 148, 302 

Anderson, Sheri 160, 161 

Anderson, Terry L. 280 
Anderson, Thomas G. 292 

Andre, Jonya 186 

Andre, Tonya M. 302 

Andren, Hillary B. 244 

Andrews, Jonda 186 

Andrews, Stacey M. 280 

Andrews. Tonda 292 

Andnghetti, Kara R. 302 

Angel Flight 199 

Angell, Chns 110 

Ankey, Jamie 142 
Ankuta, Allison S. 166,167, 

244 

Annis, Leslie 186 

Anthony, Carrie 188, 189 

Anthony, Mark H. 280 

Anton, Rosanne L. 160, 161, 

244 

Arant, Russell M 280 
Archambault, Dennis J. 302 

Ardrey, McCullough 202 

Arecco, Elena S. 302 

Arendale, Stephen 184 

Armistead, Douglas P. 302 

Armocida, Frank M. 302 

Armocida, Lorl M. 244 

Arnold, Frank 145 

Arnold, Julie C. 244 

Arrants, Matthew G. 302 
Arrington, Jennifer A. 244 

Arnngton, Paul G. 244 

Arthur, Everick J. 302 

Artigas, Jon D, 302 

Ash, Adnenne V. 292 

Ashely, Scott 156 

Ashley, Chris C. 302 

Ashley, David E. 197,244 

Ashley, Monica 151 



Ashton, Amy S. 


244 


Ashworth. Sara E. 


302 


Askew, Chad L. 


244 


Askins, Kirk 


168 


Askins. Stephen W. 


302 


Aspiras, Rodney P. 170 


244 


Aten. Tom 


170 


Atkins, Dawn M. 


244 


Atkins, Jessica L. 


244 


Atkinson, Ashleigh M. 


302 


Atkinson, Carroll 


36 


Atkinson, Robyn M. 


280 


Atwell. Joshua A. 


302 


Augustine. Amie E. 


244 


Aull. Lauren 


158 


Aumann, Ryan A. 174 


, 303 


Austen, Jenny-Rebecca 


152. 


303 




Austgen, Amy 


200 


Austin, Derek W. 


303 


Austin, Noelle R. 


244 


Autrey. Scott R. 


244 


Avant. Justin C. 


303 


Avery. Buddy 


182 


Ayer. Anna Lone 142 


. 143 


Ayers, Jason T. 


244 


Ayers, Kenneth W. 


245 


Ayers, Roberta M. 


245 


Ayers, Terence E. 


303 




Baba. Imad 




114 


Babb, Elizabeth L. 




245 


Bachmann, Susan L.188 


, 303 


Backer, Scott 




142 


Baeder, Kelly 




169 


Bagley, Jason P. 


156, 


196. 


292 






Bagley, Ryan 




176 


Bagwell, Melissa L. 




280 


Baiber, Chuck 




182 


Bailes, Roben E. 




292 


Bailey, Amy 




162 


Bailey, April M. 




245 


Bailey, Shelley D. 




245 


Baily, Ellen 




140 


Baily, Michael 




200 


Baka, Meredith L. 


154, 


196. 


245 






Baker, Dave 




198 


Baker, Gordon B. 




245 


Baker, Jenna 198, 


280, 


342, 


343, 374, 375, 377 


Baker, Joshua M. 




303 


Baker, Kemper E. 




280 


Baker, Kristen C. 




292 


Balaban, Ozan S. 


169 


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Balcome, Amy 162, 


163, 


197, 


204, 245 






Baldwin, Chrissy 




162 


Baldwin, Gerard E. 




245 


Baldwin, Kristen R 




292 


Ball, Eric B. 




245 



Ballard. Angela D. 292 

Ballard. Ashley E. 148.292 
Ballenger. Jennifer C. 292 
Ballington. Mark A. 303 

Balogun, Bashiru A. 245 

Bams. Corrie E. 303 

Banish. Andrea K. 303 

Banister. Laura A. 245 

Banks. Brad K. 174.303 

Banks. Dacun A. 245 

Banks, Kimberlee P. 303 

Bannister. Bobby R. 303 

Baranowski. Andrea201. 203, 

245 
Barbery, Brian L. 202. 280 
Barbery, Jamie M. 292 

Bardford, Michael 169 

Barest, Brett J. 303 

Barger. Jason D. 303 

Bariou. Craig F. 280 

Barker. Robin L. 245 

Barlow, A. G. 174,175 

Barnard, Elizabeth A. 303 
Barnat, Michael 303 

Barnes. Bill 150 

Barnett. Amy E. 303 

Barnette. Stephanie P. 292 
Barnhill, Josh 303 

Barnosky, Stephanie 199 

Barns. Leslie 158 

Barnwell. Frank J. 303 

Barone, Kimberly D. 245 

Barr. Jacqueline M. 245 

Barr. Rebeka S. 186.303 

Barre, Blair 165 

Barrett, Adam 178 

Barrett, Jan 110,245 

Barrett, Sarah 162 

Barrett, Stephanie E. 292 

Barrett. Todd D. 280 

Barron. Jeremy 206 

Barrows, Robert H. 303 

Barrs, Claudia Lynnette 245 
Barrs, Lynnette 142, 143 

Barry, Gretchen L. 245 

Bartless, Rebecca K. 162. 

163. 245 
Bartley, Shelby D. 172,245 
Barton, Brian 178 

Baseball 100, 101, 102, 103 
Bashair, Joe 206 

Basketball, Men's 120, 121, 

122, 123 
Basketball, Women's124, 125 
Baskett, Gelester R. 303 

Bassett, Lisa R 303 

Batcheldor, Amy D 152,280 
Batchelor, Kimberly D. 245 
Battaglia, Brooke A. 162,303 
Bauer, Brian D 292 

Bauer, Christopher R 197. 

245 
Bauers, Pamela J. 280 

Baukman. Robert E. 245 

Baumgarner, Bradley L. 292 
Baumgarner, Jilliann R. 303 
Baumhardt, Cara E. 154, 155, 

292 
Baxley, Frederick B 245 

Baxley, Rick 202 

Bayer, Leigh 154,155,245 
Baysden, Cara R. 280 

Beadle, Lauren A. 303 

Beak, Todd 172 

Beal, Brian E 303 

Beam, Angela N. 303 

Beam, Jennifer M. 280 



Beamguard. David K. 206. 

280 

Bearss. Amanda M. 245 

Beasely. David 59 

Beasley. Edith C. 280 

Beasley. Kelley E. 303 

Beattie. Nicole F. 280 

Beattie. Sarah E. 303 

Beauchene. Mary B. 303 

Beaudreau. Michael A. 145, 

280 

Beaver, Jay 182 

Bechtel. Matt 178, 179 

Beck, Ernest 206 

Beckham. William 303 
Beckman, Jennifer L. 202, 

205. 245 

Beckman. Jon 147 

Becknell. Joe 168 

Bedard, Mary K. 245 

Beddingfield. Jerrod 168 

Bedenbaugh. Jason D. 303 

Beebe. Lisa 166 

Beidler, David S. 246 

Beisser. Lisa 199 

Bell. Andrea S. 246 

Bell. Christine M. 246 

Bell. Ingrid T. 246 

Bell, Jason 150 

Bell. Kevin L. 292 

Bell, Reggie 172.173 

Bell. Tnnett 203 

Bellamy, Ethan 174, 198 

Bellamy, Tracy R. 142,303 

Bellas, Nancy E. 292 

Belle, Andrea 165 

Bellum, Laura C. 186. 280 

Belton. Joel J. 292 

Bende. Andras 169 

Bender, Eric 150 

Bender, Marsha M. 246 

Bendetto. Steve 182 

Bendfeldt, Stefan 246 

Bendt, Melissa E. 246 

Benedict. Becki 142 

Bengard. Jennifer A. 152, 

153, 246 

Bengier, John P. 303 

Bengier. Kelly 148 

Benjamin, Brad 183, 192 

Benjamin, Erica L. 246 

Benjamin, Kathy 375, 377 

Benjamin, Mark 146 

Bennet, Bobby 183 

Bennett, Leigh Ann 303 

Bennett, Margie 191 
Bennett, Mary Elizabeth 166 

Bennett, Miriam T. 303 

Bennett, Walter 304 

Benson, Chad 178 

Benton, Jonathan L. 304 

Benton, Trevor J 304 

Berdfeldt, Stefan 145 

Berg, Brett R. 246 

Berge, Brian J. 304 

Berger. Brian 182 

Berglind. Will 178 
Bermann, Chnstopher J. 246 

Bernard, Edwin L. 246 

Berry, Allison 148 

Berry, Angie D. 154,292 

Berry, Kathy 152 
Bessette, Heather A. 202, 280 

Bethea, Suzanne N 304 

Betris, Tern 148, 149 

Bettie, Sarah 162 

Beuchel, Daniel P. 280 

Beyers, Jennifer 159 



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Bhagwandin, Marcia C. 304 

Bickley, Rex A. 150,246 

Bienvenue, Rachel 166,200 

Bigby, Nancy 8, 10, 186, 187 

Bigger, Kayne C. 292 

Bilby, Shannon 142 

Billian, Ann K. 158,280 

Billings, Christina 246 

Billingsley, Wes T. 304 

Billman, Mary E. 246 

Bingham. Jamie 166 

Binnicker, Marvin T. 280 

Biondi, Alison 162 

Birkhead, John 150 

Bisbee, Ivan P. 280 

Bishop, Chns 174 

Bisson, Kimberly 246 

Black, Channesia L. 304 

Black, Judy 188,189 

Black, Kimberly 154, 155. 292 

Black, Scott 147 

Black, Will 178 
Blackburn, Charles P. 304 

Blackey, Heather 140 
Blackmon, Anselle M. 142. 

196, 280 

Blackmon, John 207 

Blackshear, Tia 196 

Blacksten, Jonathan Chad 

292 

Blackwell. A. Leilani 246 

Blackwood, Weston 174 

Blacky, Heather L. 304 

Blair, Charlotte A. 160,304 

Blair, Jeremy R. 292 

Blake, Katheryn S. 280 
Blakeney, Kristopher K. 172, 

246 

Blanchard, Dave 174, 175 

Blanchard, Tracy D. 304 

Bland, Chauntel D. 280 

Bland, Frank S. 246 

Bland, Stephanie A. 304 

Blessing, Patti A. 158, 280 

Blizzard, 1996 58.59 

Bloking, Leslie J. 304 

Blue Key 197 

Boatwright, Edwin 292 

Bobo. Alvin 304 

Bock, Ryan C. 246 

Bodi, Sara E, 304 

Bodine, Ashby B. II 20 

Boggs. Amy 148 

Boggs, John W. 246 
Bohachic, Audrey P. 158, 159, 

280 

Bohr, Neils 91 
Bolding. Suzanne E.186, 187, 

246 

Bolds, Heath B. 304 

Bollinger, Beth L. 280 

Boltjes, Jennifer L. 206, 304 

Bolton, John S. 246 

Bonar, Anderson 145 
Bond, Austin 198,207,304, 

340, 341, 375 
Bond, Christopher R. 246 

Bonnette, Jennifer 158,159, 

246 

Bonnette, Michael 156 

Bono, Kristin 154 

Boone, Michael A. 246 

Booth, John T. 280 

Booth, Julianne H. 280 

Boozer, Brad 190 

Boozer, Jeffrey T. 281 

Boozer, Michelle L. 166,281 

Boozer, Ronda D. 206, 281 



Boozes, Robert A. 304 

Borgman. Joe 174 
Borngesser. Kimberly D. 304 

Bost, Butch 168 

Bostic. Sarah 152 

Boudolf. David M. 246 

Bova. Jenny 142, 143,246 

Bova, Rannsey 142 

Bowen, Jeffrey E. 246 

Bower, Elizabeth 188 

Bower, Lisa 304 

Bowers, Elizabeth A. 304 

Bowers, Kesty D. 246 

Bowie, Elizabeth A. 166, 247 

Bowie, Hunter L. 304 

Bowie, Jeff L. 247 

Bowie, Jennifer 166 

Bowie, Melissa A. 160,281 

Bowie, Michelle C. 160. 292 

Bowman, Alissa 160 

Bowman, Brian J. 281 

Bowyer, Shannon L. 247 

Boy, Brigitte S. 140,304 

Boyd, Amy E. 247 

Boyd, Foxx 207 

Boyd,JamarA. 247 

Boyd, Kimberley 160, 161 

Boyd. Robert 178, 179 

Boyd, Roland L. Ill 304 

Boydston. Bria 148 

Boykin, Joseph W. 247 

Bozard, Jennifer 198.281. 

374. 375, 377 

Bozard, Warren T. 247 

Brabham, Stephanie R^ 166, 

167,281 

Bracken, Brad 281 

Bradberry, Trent J. 304 

Bradford. John 172, 173, 192 

Bradford. Kimberly 200 

Bradford, Michael J. 304 

Bradford, Nat J. 281 

Bradley, Kirk T. 247 

Bradley, Kyle T. 247 

Bradley, Richard K. 304 

Bradshaw, Duane D. 247 

Brady, April C. 304 

Bramlett, Letitia 247 

Bramlett, Marcie K. 247 

Branch, Sara E. 247 

Branch, William M. 200, 304 

Brande, Ris 166,247 

Brandon, Jennifer K. 247 
Branham, Timothy D. 247 

Brantley, Christy 204 

Brantley, Kristi L. 292 

Brantley, Matthew E. 304 

Brashier, Cheryl D. 247 

Brashier, Janet L. 304 

Brasington, Chal 169 

Brasington, Wil 304 

Bratcher, Tom 182 

Braung, Michelle 304 

Bray, Jennifer 140 

Breazeale, Rebecca 304 

Brede, Sam 177 

Breen, Tara L. 247 

Breland, James R. 292 

Brenchko, Jennifer 158 

Brennan, Stacey 186 

Brettner. Stacy L. 292 

Brewer, Jena 151 

Brewer, Lee 162 

Brewer, Marc 168 

Brewer, MIndy L. 292 

Brewton, Oliver A. 292 

Bridges, Dana T. 247 

Bridges, Evans 247 



Bridges, Kevin M. 




304 


Brierton. Mike 




178 


Briggs, Angela R. 




247 


Briggs, Melissa J. 




304 


Bright. Debra L. 


142 


304 


Bright, Randall C. 




247 


Bright. Wes 




281 


Brigma, Rebecca J. 




304 


Brilton, Bubba 




174 


Brinson, Hugh V. 




247 


Brinson, Roxanne 




304 


Bristow, Adonis D. 




304 


Britt, Stephanie 




186 


Britton, John 




20 


Britton, Neil R. 


205 


281 


Britz, Tracy 




202 


Broach, Shannon S. 


186 


305 


Brock, Alec 




174 


Brock, Ashley A. 




247 


Brock, Tina D. 




248 


Brockenfelt, G. Eric 




248 


Brockman. Christina 


L. 


166. 


281 






Brooks. Chris C. 




281 


Brooks. Hal 




248 


Brooks. Stephanie A 




248 


Broome. Brantlee 




293 


Broome. Cecilie142, 


143 


248 


Broome. Chip 




170 


Broomfield, James S 


. 


305 


Brotherton, Christopher G. 


248 






Broughman. Kelll 




158 


Broughton, Darlene L. 


293 


Broughton, Ronnie T. 


293 


Brourton, Michelle 




166 


Brown, Amy H. 


188 


305 


Brown, Andy 




169 


Brown, April N. 




248 


Brown. Audrey L. 




305 


Brown, Bruce E. 




305 


Brown. Christine 


158, 


159. 


248 






Brown. Dave 




177 


Brown, Derrick 




178 


Brown, Holly B. 


142 


281 


Brown, J. Mitchell 




248 


Brown, Ja'Nette 


205 


305 


Brown, Jamie L. 




305 


Brown, Jessica 




188 


Brown, Julie 




152 


Brown, Kristin 




142 


Brown, Laura M. 




281 


Brown, Lawton 




146 


Brown, Marian E. 




293 


Brown, Michelle 




158 


Brown, Mike 201, 


203 


248 


Brown, Robin E. 




248 


Brown, Ryan C. 


145 


248 


Brown, Wendy S. 




248 


Brownell, Chelsie 




148 


Browning, Craig E. 




248 


Brownlee, Gregory R. 


305 


Brucker, Kathryn E. 


199 


248 


Brunette. Kim 206. 


207 


248 


Brunson, Catherine 


M. 


248 


Brunson, Walter C. 




305 


Bruorton, Michele 




248 


Brust, Beth 




188 


Brust, Marie E. 




281 


Bryans, Steve 


172 


173 


Bryant, Ashley 




152 


Bryant, Michael E. 




305 


Bryant, Mike 




156 


Bryant, Paul C. 




281 


Bryson, Ashley 




196 


Bryson, Emily R. 




305 


Bryson, Kim 




160 



Bryson. Lewandoski 146 

Bucciero, Paul 178 

Buchanan, Blake E. 169,248 
Buchanan, Meredith 248 

Buchanan, Stacy 152 

Buck, Jennifer M. 281 

Buck, Suzanne 152 

Buckner, Lindsay 142 

Buckner, Meredith K.166, 293 
Budd, Anna 148, 149 

Buechelle, Dan 176 

Bufford, LeKeith A. 305 

Bufkin, Danny B, 305 

Bull, Jennifer E. 305 

Bullard, Aaron 202, 208, 248 
Bullock, Bishop B. Ill 305 

Bumgardner, James R. 305 
Bumgarner, Brandy 162 

Bunch, Karen 198 

Bunte, Sarah J. 293 

Burbage. Paul 172 

Burdette. Alana L. 305 

Burdette. Amanda E. 305 

Burdette, Jodie 248 

Burdette, Mandi 248 

Burgess, Heather S. 305 

Burgess, Joel W. 248 

Burgtorf, Jill P. 248 

Burke, Jennifer K. 188.281 
Burke, Shawn G. 293 

Burke, Sheila J. 196,248 

Burke, Tara 154 

Burke, Walter T. 200. 305 
Burkett, Sara 114 

Burnett. Amanda J. 293 

Burnett, Lizzie 140 

Burnett, Ryan C. 305 

Burnette, Ashlie152, 191, 281 
Burns, Christopher D. 281 
Burns, Dianne 248 

Burns, Ian R. 248 

Burns, Katie 142 

Burns, Michael 183, 190 

Burnside, Lori 206, 207, 281 
Burr, Karen E. 248 

Burr, Susan E. 148,281 

Burrell, Jay C. 248 

Burroughs, Alyson 305 

Burtnett, Janet 142 

Burtnett, Justin E. 305 

Burton, Andrew M. 249 

Burton, Benjamin 200 

Busch. Adam S. 169,305 
Busch. Joy E. 281 

Busch, Tara M. 293 

Bush, Tara 162 

Busha, Shannon L. 197,249 
Bushing, Meredith E.I 60, 305 
Butler. Jeffrey G. 305 

Butler, Synetria D. 205, 305 
Butto, Eva M. 249 

Butts, Angela I. 305 

Butts, Charlie 76 

Butts, David 146 

Butts, Jennifer M. 293 

Buxton, Heather F. 305 

Byars, John 190 

Bycroft, Kristen 160,206 

Byers, Jennifer L. 158,249 
Bynum, Chris F. 249 

Bynum, Marci 186. 187, 249 
Bynum, Margaret M. 281 

Byrd, Katrina A. 249 

Byrd. Melanie D. 249 

Byron, Matt L. 281 




Caccia, Michael W. 281 

Cadmus, Christina S. 305 

Caggiaro, Josh D. 249 

Cagle, Cassie 191 

Caldwell, Clay 150 

Caldwell, Pat 176 

Caldwell, Ryan 147 

Caldwell, Seth C. 249 

Calhoun, Benjamin N. 305 

Calhoun, John C. 84 

Calhoun, Kenya 60, 203 

Callahan, Barbara C. 249 
Callahan. Kelly 142,143 

Calvert, Clint 174 

Calvert, Katie 165 

Cambron, Andrew N.I 78, 305 

Campanaro, Laurie 148 

Campbell, Amy 152 

Campbell, Craig A. 249 

Campbell, Donald B. 305 

Campbell, Heath S. 305 

Campbell, Jonathan A 249 

Campbell, Kasie S. 305 

Campbell, Kristi N. 305 

Campbell, Mandie C. 293 

Campbell, Michelle F, 249 

Campbell. Susan M. 249 

Cannon, Erin 148 

Cannon, Kelly 153, 196 

Canterbury, Ben 183 

Cantey, Elizabeth A. 162, 

163,281 

Cantore, Michael V. 249 

Cantrell, Joseph R. 249 

Cantrell, Mike 169 

Cappitelli, Ian 177 

Capps, Christopher B. 249 
Carbone, Debbie 162,163, 

249 

Cardell, Bradford F. 305 

Cardella, Madeline A. 249 

Garden, Kelly 160 

Care, Danny 114 

Carey, Seth T. 281 
Carlino, Sarah M. 186,281 

Carlson, Bethany 205, 206 

Carlson, Craig W. 206, 281 

Carlson, Jason G. 305 

Carlson, Scott K, 206, 293 

Carmody, Matt 150 

Carnes, Cassandra L. 207, 

293 

Cams, Philip H. 306 
Carolina Panthers 30, 31 

Carpenter, Chad 293 

Carpenter, Robert G. 306 

Carptner, Rob 156 

Carrol, Jason 182 

Carroll, Daniel T. 249 

Carroll, Jason A. 249 

Carroll, Jennifer A. 249 

Carroll, Stephany 148 

Carson, Deborah L. 293 

Carson, Elizabeth D 249 

Carson, Kelly R. 281 

Carson, Mandy 140 

Carter, April E. 249 



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Carter, Stacey A. 




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Christensen, Ingrid E, 250 


Coleman. Allen T. 




306 


Courtney, Scott E. 


251 


Gumbee, Julie L. 






307 


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Carter, Tonda 




196 


Christie. Daniel 


178 


Coleman. Anna E. 


186 


306 


Covington. Kerri 


198. 344. 


Gumbie. Alton B. 




294 


55 


Cartin, Mark 




178 


Christie, Rob 


169 


Coleman. Harold 




146 


345. 375 




Gummings. Chad 




182 


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Cartledge, Robert B 




249 


Christman, Candice 


C. 282 


Coleman, Jason 




202 


Covington, Matt 


168 


Gummings, John D. 


200 


307 


081 


Caruthers, Robin M. 




306 


Christner, Jeff 


176.306 


Coleman. Laura M. 




250 


Cowden. Ashley 


142 


Gummings. Lisa 




196 


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Carver, Kristen N. 




293 


Christopher, Jodi L. 


306 


Coleman. Michelle L 




250 


Cox. Alicia A. 


251 


Gundy, Todd 




207 


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Carver. Kristin D. 




293 


Chronicle 


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College Republicans 




60 


Cox. Amy L. 


294 


Cunningham. Andrew 


307 


Da 


Cashin, Andrew 


178 


179 


Chung. Kristin M. 


162.282 


Collier. Adrienne L. 




293 


Cox. Ellen R. 


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251 


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145 


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160 


Clemson Players 38, 39, 60 


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168 


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141, 251 


Dabkowski, Julie L. 




308 




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249 


Clemson University 




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173 


251 


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142 


Dacton, Masai A. 




294 




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281 


Orchestra 


60 


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142 


Crawford, Jenni 


140 


Dacus. Lisa L. 




252 




Chapman, Will N. 




306 


Clermont, Christine 


148 


Cook. Benjamin C. 




306 


Crawford. Jill 


282 


Dakake. Eric Alan 


156 


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166 


Cleveland, Kristen N 


306 


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306 


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142, 294 


Dallas, Christopher T. 


308 




Chapuis, Todd H. 




249 


Cleveland, Loran E. 


142, 282 


Cooke, James B. 




294 


Crawford, Warren A 


307 


Dampier. Brent 




168 




Charney, Mark 




92 


Clifton, Kim 


205 


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24, 25 


Creel, James 0. 


251 


Danf, Tina Ann 




204 




Gharpia, Angel 198, 


375 


377 


Cline, Mark A, 


282 


Cooper, Abigail M. 




306 


Greighton, Rusty 


206 


Dangenfield, Hope L 




294 




Ghasteen, David W. 




281 


Cline, Tyler A. 


306 


Cooper, Erin E. 




251 


Crenshaw, Brad A. 


200. 307 


Daniel, Sue 




148 




Chatellier, Christy 


162 


163 


Clinkscales, Devonya 151 


Cooper, Herbie 




147 


Crenshaw, Traci 


162 


Daniels, Susan 186, 


187. 


191. 




Chau, Catherine 


158, 


204, 


Clinkscales, Meya C 


306 


Cooper, Justin 




147 


Cribb, Jennifer S. 


192, 251 


197, 205, 252 








282 






Cloaninger, Amy M. 


142,306 


Cooper, Nicole 




162 


Gribb, Jenny 


165 


Danker, Raymond 




172 




Cheek, Michael E. 


202 


250 


Cloninger, William A 


293 


Cope. Michael E. 




251 


Gribb, Kim 


148 


Dannelly, Ryan 0. 




294 




Cheerleaders 




8 


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382, 383, 


Gopeland, Bntton 


142 


191 


Gribb. Leslie E. 


307 


Danowski. Doug 


172. 


173, 




Chellis, Tiffany 




165 


384 




Gorbin, Allison E. 




251 


Gribbs, Jennifer 


199 


308 








Chestnut, Chris 156, 


201 


293 


Clough, Kimberly R. 


152,293 


Gorbin, Tom 




150 


Crider, Brian J. 


251 


Dantzler, Austin Samuel 


205 




Chetwood, Anna 




142 


Co-op 


62,63 


Cordaro, Nick 




147 


Grim, T. Michael 


251 


Dantzler, Jeffrey A. 




282 




Chetwood, Jackson H. 


282 


Coates, Ben 


156,293 


Corley, Ann-Margaret 


158. 


Grisman, Candice 


166 


Dantzler, John 




145 




Chetwood, Susanah E. 


306 


Coates, Willie J. Jr. 


306 


159, 251 






Croley. Derek 


172 


Darby, Amanda 




148 




Ghi Omega 


148 


149 


Cobb, Eric 


178 


Corley, Christopher 


J. 


306 


Cromer, Brent 


172 


Darby, Keith H. 




252 




Chick, Timothy 




293 


Cobb, K. Lynn 


152, 306 


Corley, Ellen 




142 


Cromer, Laura R. 


307 


Darr, Stacie 




160 




Childress, April D. 




250 


Cobb, Laura 


165 


Corn, Janice M 




294 


Cromer, Lisa J. 


251 


Davel, Susan M. 




282 




Childress, John T, 




306 


Cobb, Shelly R. 


282 


Corning, Edwin D. II 




307 


Crook, Jennifer 


205 


Davenport, Nina 




92 




Childress, Mollie A. 




250 


Cobin, Andrew 


150 


Coronel, Graciela G. 




282 


Cropp, Ashley 


142 


Davidson, James S. 




252 




Childs, Jason R. 




306 


Coble, Eric 


250 


Gorrado. Joe 




182 


Cropp, Natalie M. 


307 


Davidson, Jennifer 


188 


208 




Childs, Michael D. 




250 


Coble, Mary 


148 


Correll, Andy 


174 


175 


Cross, Brian S. 


282 


Davidson, Jim 




172 




Childs, Paula L, 




293 


Coburn, Jonya 


186 


Correll, Millard A 




251 


Cross, Jamie A. 


186. 307 


Davies, Amy W. 




308 




Ghipley, Brant W. 
Ghipley, Erin J. 


206 


282 
250 


Coffey. Karen 
Coffman, Jason D. 


293, 375 
282 


Costanzo, Matt 
Cote, Jason W 


174 


175 
251 


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Crowder, Theron R. 


307 
307 


Davis, Amy 186, 
Davis, Brannon 


187 


294 
200 




Chisholm, Katharine J. 


306 


Coggins, David R. 


306 


Cote', Kevin G. 




307 


Crowther, Marshall J 


294 


Davis, Brian 




200 




Ghisolm, Tanya E. 
Chitwood, Kevin H, 




282 
250 


Cognetta, Christoph 
Cohn, Emily 


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148 


Cothran, Mark S. 
Gothran, Shannon S 




307 
251 


Crump. Ricardo 
Grumpier, Wendy 


203 
140 


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Davis, Daryl 


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252 
146 




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200 


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169, 293 


Cotton, Teresa M. 




294 


Cruz, Alex 


170 


Davis, Dobra L 




252 




Choberka, John200 


207 


250 


Coker, Leslie 


160, 161 


Couchell, Peter 




168 


Culbertson, Brandt W 307 


Davis, Hilary A 




252 




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149, 282 


148, 


Cole, Adam 
Cole, Kenneth B. 


172 
169, 293 


Coughlan, Chris M. 
Coughlan, Ghrislin,i 


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307 
307 


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Cullinan, Doug 


152 
150 


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Davis. Jeffrey (Bnan 




252 
294 




Chhstenburg, Kelly E. 


206, 


Cole, Scot F. 


170, 250 


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Cullum. William 0. 


251 


Davis, Jennifer H. 




308 




282 






Cole, Scott 


190 


Children 




196 


Cully, Bryan 


169 


Davis, Jonathan B. 




308 




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250 

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306 


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282 


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166 


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Michael C. 


252 


Davis, 


Michael H. 


252 


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Mike 


201 



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Davis, Thomas T. 252 

Davis, Tracy L. 252 

Davis, Virginia 186, 187 

Davis, Virginia F. 252 

Davis, Virginia I. 252 

Davis, William E. 252 

Davis, Willie 200 

Dawkins, Brian 106 

Dawkins, Janaii L. 308 

Dawsey, Allison R. 308 

Dawson, Denise 151 

Daymude, Jennifer D. 252 
De La Cruz, Gina D. 252 

De Silva, Rick 190 

Deal, Liza 140 

Dean, Jessica R. 294 

Dean, Nolan 172 

Dearing, Kay 206 

Deas, Shelanda 151 

Deaton, Donna Rae 283 

DeBald, Dominique M. 252 
DeBoisblanc, Amy 148 

DeBrauwere, Rachel 142 

Decelles, Laura J. 205, 283 
Decker, Holly 140 

DeFord, Kellie B. 283 

DeGarady, Colette J, 209, 294 
DeHamer, Laurie C. 148, 308 
Deibler, Nancy H. 308 

DeKold, Paige 294 

Del Collo, Joe 145 

Del Valle, Manuel 178 

Deland, Allie 162 

DeLand, Christy 162, 163, 

191, 196, 283 
DeLand, James R. 252 

Delaney, Sarah E. 152,294 
Delk, Jennifer N. 308 

Dellinger, Laura C. 165, 252 
Delta Chi 150 

Delta Delta Delta 12, 15, 152, 

153 
Delta Gamma 43, 154, 155 
Delta Sigma Theta 151 

DeMarotta, Lisa J. 252 

DeMartino, Cliff 182 

DeMarzo, Leighanne 191, 

192,252 
Dembiec, Laura M. 308 

Demetnades, Charles 377 
Demetriades, Charlotte 377 
Demetnades, George 377 
Demetriades, Mathew 170, 

198,283, 374, 375, 

376, 377 
Demian, Cindy 154, 199, 205, 

252 
Demianych, Todd P. 283 

DeMoura, Eric M. 252 

Dempsey, Scott M. 308 

Denault, Paula L. 294 

DeNicola, Bobby 169 

Dennis, Elizabeth D. 252 

Dennis, Libby 166 

Dent, Laurie D. 308 

Denton, Wesley 156 

DePalma, Michael J. 308 
Derham, Allen 172 

Derikart, Kristi 142, 143 

DeRoia, Danielle 158, 159 
Dernck, Jamie 142 

DeSilva, Richard A. 182, 283 
Devlin, Kristi 308 



DeYoung, Amanda 160, 161 

Diak, Jen 166 
Diamond, Matthew J. 192, 

252 

DiBiccari, Giovanna 294 

Dick, Maryanne 148, 149, 252 

Dickard, Shannon R. 252 

Dickerson, Alan 178 

Dickerson, Kelly E. 283 
Dickerson, Michael L. 252 

Dickinson, Jay 150 

Dickson, Amy D. 308 

Dickson, Timothy E. 308 

Dietz, Elizabeth A. 140,253 

Dilard, Ashton 148 

Dillard, Emily 160 
Dillard, Mary Kate 152,153, 

253 

Dillenbeck, Eric R. 206, 283 

Dillon, Jason 206 

Dillon, Jason C. 283 

Dilworth, David R. 308 

Dimond, Timothy W. 253 

Dinkins, Rodney 146 

DiStefano, David 147 

Ditoro, Nicole M. 166,294 

Diving 130, 131 

Divita, Jen 166 

Dixie Skydivers 207 

Dixon, Bill S. 206, 308 

Dixon, Kimberly S. 308 

Dixon, Michael B. 308 

Dixon, William H. 308 

Dizillo, Kate 148 

Dobbins, Jenni 160 

Dobratz, Nicole 149 

Dobratz, Nikki 148 

Dobson, Drew 172 

Dobson, Prentice 142 

Dock, Timothy 184 

Dogan, Nathaniel 196,308 

Doggett, Bette Jean 188 

Dolce, Karen S. 283 

Dominick, Caroline 148 
Dominick, Shannon E. 158, 

159,253 

Domis, Gina M. 308 

Domrese, Chns J. 283 

Donahue, Kaite A. 253 

Donahue, Kerri 160 

Donahue, Michael 190 

Donald, Chantelle L. 308 

Donald, Jennifer L. 253 

Donaruma, Natalie 166 

Doneghue, Laura 162, 163 

Donlon, Megan 148 

Donniez, Lori 253 

Donohue, Joyce A. 308 

Donovan, John 168 

Doolin, Danielle H. 142,308 

Doolittle, Michelle 160, 161 

Dorfman, Melissa P. 205, 294 

Dorm Damages 72, 73 

Dorn, Kelly 154 
Dorton, Christopher E. 283 

Doscher, Melissa A. 253 

Doseman, Tripp 172 

Dotson, Heather 140, 141 

Dotson, Pamela D. 253 

Douglas, Harold G. 308 

Dove, Cheryl A. 294 

Dover, Matthew J. 308 

Dowd, Justin J. 308 

Dowey, Stephen 177, 283 

Downing, Allyson 148 

Doyle, Joseph M. 170,283 

Drake, Andrew 172 

Drake, Drew 173 



Drake, Karen L. 




308 


Drake, Wendy 




152 


Drawdy, Chris 170 


171 


283 


Dreher, Corrine 




152 


Dries, Amy 




160 


Driggers, Kimberly E 


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199, 


253 






Drinkhahn, Marc 




200 


Driskill, Owen 




169 


Drnevich, Marisa 


140 


141 


Dryden, Tricia D. 




253 


Dubis, Shawn C. 




283 


DuBois, Melanie 




191 


DuBose, Hugh K. 




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Dubuque, Melissa 




166 


Ducas, Lisa 




166 


Ducate, Megan 




152 


Ducate, Nina 


152 


153 


Ducker, Shane P. 




253 


Duckett, April J. 


204 


253 


Duckworth, Michelle 


L. 


294 


Duffie, Will D. 




253 


Dugger, Paige 152, 


153, 


197, 


253 






Duke, Brett L. 




308 


Duke, Mckenzie H. 




308 


Duke, Melissa A. 




308 


Dukes, Dyuane A. 




253 


Dukes, Jason 




145 


Dukes, Nickie A. 




253 


Dulay, Victoria S. 




294 


Dulski, Laura J. 


197 


253 


Dunagan, Michael P 




283 


Dunagin, Jonathan D. 


309 


Dunbar, Matt 


207 


294 


Duncan, Heath E. 




253 


Duncan, James T. 




253 


Duncan, Jennifer 




140 


Duncan, Johnna L. 




309 


Duncan, Raymond 




200 


Duncan, Tamika 




205 


Duncklee, Geoff W. 


170 


309 


Dunlap, Billy 


200 


208 


Dunlap, R. Thornwell Jr. 


20 


Dunn, Carrie-Ann 




253 


Dunn, Misty S. 




283 


Dunsmore. Dawna Lee 


283 


Dupler. Shannon 




154 


Duprey. Ashia 




205 


Durand. Aimee C. 




283 


DuRant. Dana 


283 


186 


Durant. Ted 


184 


190 


DuRant. Wendy M. 




309 


Durbin. Deonna D. 




283 


Durby. Warren 




178 


Duregger. Jason C. 




253 


Durham, Ross W. 




309 


Durham, Zeke 




283 


Duvall, Mark 




253 


Dworshack. Allison 


196 


199 


Dyar, Keri E. 




309 


Dyar, Meredith D. 


166 


253 


Dyke, Emily Van 




166 


Dzamko, Michelle L. 




253 




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Eads, ErinA. 142,309 

Eargle, Carrie S. 294 

Earl. Elizabeth A. 186,309 

Earlin, Allison 186, 187, 198, 

253 

Earls, Catherine L. 309 

Earls, Heli P. 294 

Early, Jessica L. 309 

Easier, Farrah S. 309 

Easier, Kerry L. 283 

Easier, Rebecca A. 283 

Easter, Melanie B. 309 

Eaton, Brett 150 

Eaton, Roger 198 

Eaton, Seth 201 

Ebel, Nikole R. 309 

Ebersole, Leigh 148 

Ebert, Mark 182 

Eckberg, Abby E. 253 

Eckel, Tina M. 294 

Eckley, Shane 178 

Edens, Michelle 309 

Edgar, Samuel B. 253 

Edgar's 49 

Ediinski, Brian 172,173 

Edmonds, Joe F. 253 

Edmunds, Rex 190 
Educational Support Team 

196 

Edwards, Allison 188, 189 

Edwards, Bob 36 
Edwards, Heather K. 294 

Edwards, Jay W. 309 

Edwards, Jeff K. 309 

Edwards, Jeremy 206 

Edwards, John K. 309 

Edwards, Jonathan 170 

Edwards, Rob 198 

Edwards, Sharia B. 253 

Edwards, Shawn C. 169,309 

Edwards, William F, 309 

Edwards, William M. 254 

Efird, Anne F. 309 

Ehinger, Angela M. 309 

Eickhoff, Stacy A. 148,309 

Eidson, Auburn C. 254 

Eidson, Matthew J. 294 

Einstein, Albert 91 
Eisenstadt, Elizabeth S. 283 

Eisenstaedt, Beth 154 

Elam, Henderson B, 309 

Eldelstein, Jennifer 166 

Eldridge, Adam 150 

Eldridge, Jenny 166 
Eleazer, Christopher R. 283 

Elfert, Chuck 147 

Elia, Doug 150 

Elias, Erica 207 

Ellenberg, Coleman 309 

Ellenburg, Jason A. 309 
Ellenburg, Jennifer S. 309 
Eller, Kate 142,143,254 

Eller, Susan 375, 377 

Ellington, Amanda 166, 198, 

375, 377 

Elliott, Mark T. 254 

Ellis, Adrienne C. 309 

Ellis, James H. 283 

Ellis, Jay 204 

Ellis, Jeffrey S. 254 

Ellis, Jessica L. 309 

Ellis, Kennith 204 

Ellison, Margaret 205 

EIrod, Timmy 168 

Emanuel, Amy G. 188,309 

Emmerling, Kara 140 



Emmerling, Luke 


174 


Engel, Scott 


147 


Engen, Matthew P. 


309 


Enger, Kevin 


147 


Engle, Sarah 


148 


Ennght, Angela R. 


294 


Epps, Brantley 


148 


Epps, Rodney 


196 


Epting, Elizabeth 


186 


Equestrian Team 


207 


Erek, Heather L, 160 


, 309 


Erickson, Brent 


176 


Ervin, Jessica R. 


309 


Eskridge, Matthew R. 


309 


Esmacher. Russell D. 


254 


Estes, Brandi 158,159 


,254 


Estes, Wendy A. 


309 


Ethridge, Leah 


152 


Eubanks, Joanne M. 


254 


Euculano, Cara C. 


309 


Eustace, Monica 186, 


187, 


254 




Evans, Angle 


140 


Evans, Bryant D. 


254 


Evans, Harrison S. 


254 


Evans, Jennifer A. 


309 


Evans, Jennifer L. 


294 


Evans, Leomont 


105 


Evans, Michael S. 


254 


Evans, Mordecai 


203 


Evans, Nathan D. 


309 


Evans, Tonya M. 


254 


Evatt, Donna A. 


254 


Evatt, Jeff A. 


283 


Everette, Jonathan S. 


254 


Everhart, Andrew 


178 


Everson. Douglas 


200 


Everson, Pledge 


208 


Eye, Carrie Anne M. 


309 


Eyo, Ikemesit A. 


254 




FAALA 




60 


Fabian, Mary Anne 




254 


Fabian, Suzann M. 




283 


Fads and Fashion 


56,57 


Faili, Mitra 




148 


Faircloth, Leisa J. 




294 


Fairey, Wade B. 


200 


309 


Falb, Nanette 


158 


159 


Fallert, Vallerie 


188 


189 


Fallow, Toney 




160 


Falls, Kevin 




147 


Faloon, Jarrod 




169 


Fanning, Heidi E. 


205 


295 


Fant, Kendall H. 


142 


309 


Parish, Frances A. 




283 


Farley, Edwin S. 




254 


Farmer, Brad 




202 


Farmer, Jessica 


148 


149 


Farmer, Kimberly L. 




283 


Farmers Hall 




84 


Farmhouse Fraterni 


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156 



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Farr, Dila.H M. 254 

Farr, Matthew C. 168,254 

Farr, Silami 203 

Farrell, Ann 160, 161 

Farthling, Jodie 142 

Fauber, Laurel A. 165,254 

Faulkner, Brent 172, 173 

Faye. Bill 150 
FCA 12,50.60 

Feagin, Millie 142 

Feaster, Mary K. 309 

Felder, Bryan W. 254 

Fennel, Brad 176 

Ferguson, Adrian O. 254 

Ferguson, Robert A. 310 

Ferguson, Sarah C. 310 
Ferguson, Tamera N. 295 

Fernicola, Christine M. 295 

Ferrando, Donna 154 

Ferraris, Katie 142 

Few, Glenda L. 254 

Fielder, Michael D. 310 

Fields, Jason 183 

Fields, Rhonda R. 310 

Fike, Dr. Rupert 36 

Finkle, Melissa A. 310 

Finley, Allyson B. 254 

Finley, Ginny 142 

Finley, Virginia L. 283 

Fiorella, April D. 254 

First Friday 8, 9 

Fischer, Ben 145 
Fishbourne, Tanjanika 151 

Fisher, Anny N. 188,283 

Fisher, Angela 158 

Fisher, Ashley E. 283 
Fisher, Christopher A. 255 

Fisher, David 170, 200 

Fisher, Jennifer A. 310 

Fisher, Jon 295 

Fitze, Jennifer L. 310 

Flack, Mellissa 154 

Flak, Melissa A. 310 

Flandry, Robyn 165 

Fleahman, Matt 184 

Fleck, Jason C. 182,295 

Fleming, Amy R. 255 

Fleming, John M. 255 

Fleming, William T. 283 

Fletcher, Joshua C. 310 
Fleunsme, Didier Paul 295 

Flint, Jill R. 255 

Flood, Lance M. 295 

Flour-Daniel 94, 95 

Flowers, Amanda 310 

Flowers, Melissa A. 310 

Floyd, Lindsay 142 

Flying Club 54, 55 

Foard, A.J. 147 

Foley, Suzanne 148 

Folk, Chase H. 295 

Folk, Eric C. 295 
Football 104, 105, 106, 107 

Football, Centennial Season 

108, 109 

Forbes, Cally 186,187 

Forbes, Kathy 165 

Ford, Erin 154 

Ford, Jason 310 

Ford, Jennifer M. 283 

Ford, Richard C. 295 

Ford, Tracy 160 

Forestry Club 202 

ForkJns, Jody L. 310 

Forrest, Casey 169 

Forrester, Wes 200 

Forstchen, Steve 170 

Fort Hill 84 



Foster, Elizabeth A. 




255 


Foster, Lindi 




186 


Foster, Tonya N. 




255 


Fotia. Jodie 




186 


Foulk. Benn W. 


201 


255 


Fowler. Crystal K. 




255 


Fowler, Mary Rutledge 


152 


Fowler, Paige A. 




283 


Fowler, Seth 




169 


Fox, Amy E. 




255 


Fox, Tad M. 




255 


Foy. Hank 


174 


175 


Frady. Crystal L. 




310 


Fraidy, Pledge 




208 


Fraiser, Kristen 




163 


Fraley, Summer E. 




310 


Frampton, Brent C. 




310 


Frampton. Maggie R 




206, 


283 






Frank, Catherine N. 


142 


310 


Frank, Renee 1. 




310 


Franklin. Erin J. 


154 


283 


Franklin. Neil J. 




255 


Franklin, Suzanne E 




284 


Frasier. Kristen 162, 


163 


255 


Fraylick, Jennifer E. 


205 


255 


Frederick. Carolyn D 


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206, 


255 






Free. Malee L. 


166 


284 


Freeman, Andrea 


154 


155 


Freeman. David C. 




310 


Freeman. Katherine 


A. 


295 


Freeman, Lauren L. 




310 


Freeman, Patricia 1. 




255 


Freeman. Rebecca L. 


310 


Freese, Scott B. 




255 


Freeze, Jeftery W. 




284 


French, Jennifer R. 




284 


French, Larry D. 




255 


Freshwater, Katie A. 




310 


Frey. Bill 




310 


Frick, Danny 


172 


173 


Friday, Hahlyn J. 




284 


Friedman, Robert J, 




255 


Frost, Miranda P. 




295 


Fulkerson, Brian T. 




284 


Fuller. Jennifer J. 


165 


255 


Fuller, John S, 




255 


Fuller, Whitney E. 




310 


Fulmer. Jay B. 




284 


Fulmer, Leon F. 




255 


Fulmer, Zack P. 




284 


Fulp, Pam 




200 


Funk, Adam 




174 


Furrow, Gregory 


182 


200 


Futch, Don 


162 


163 


Futch, Frances D. 




255 




Gaddis, Lindsay 


148 


Gaela, Laura 


142, 143 


Gaeta, Tina 


142 



Gagliardi. Michael A. 310 

Gainey. Sharon N. 255 
Gainor. Birmagidra M. 255 

Galberry. Melanie R. 148. 310 

Galbreath. Paul E. 255 

Galiano, Cnstina M. 284 

Gallager. Susan 165 

Gallagher. Anne 148 

Gallagher, John E. 255 

Gallagher, Susan 197 

Gallicchio, Carrie 154 

Gallo, Steve 145 

Galloway. Paul A. 255 

Gallon. Sean A. 284 

Gamble. Jason 200 

Gamble. Kerri L. 310 

Gamble. William B. 310 

Gamma Phi Beta 160. 161 
Gamma Sigma Sigma 158. 

159 

Ganses. Kevin 190 
Gantt. Kellie 188.189.255 

Gardner. Geoff L. 255 

Gardner, Patrick A. 310 

Garland. Bo 178 

Garner. Anne 191,255 

Garner, Rebecca F. 158, 284 

Garraux, Jarred 174 

Garrett, Laura R. 186,284 

Garns, Eric 295 

Garrison, Brooke 186 
Garrison, DeAnna M. 205. 

284 

Garrison, Mackenzie B. 310 

Garunski. Joellen 166 

Gary, Tishana L. 295 

Gaskin. Mike 200 

Gaskins, John 178 

Gasque. Joey 168 

Gasque, John M. 256 

Gastaur, Amanda 166 

Gathright, Meg 166. 167 

Gatlin, Ashley P. 152.310 

Gatlin, Edward S, 310 
Gator Bowl 136,137,216, 

217 

Gault, Harper S. 36 

Gause, Kevin 176 

Gawlik. Anthony J. 256 

Gawronski. JoEllen 310 

Gazos, Dimitra 284 

Gee, Adam C. 310 

Geiger. Faith D. 310 

Gelin, Julie 199 

Gens, Kiersten 142 

Gentry, Brit 202 

Gentry, Jason 174 

George, Jason G. 295 

George, Mary E. 284 

Gerhart, Brian 182, 190, 284 

Gerik, Christina J. 284 

Gertsch, Kellie 205 
Gertsch, Michalene K. 256 

Gerwig, Betsy K. 256 

Getty, Darren R. 256 

Gettys, Jennifer E. 295 

Gettys. Roddey E. 310 
Giannopoulos. Billy G. 284 

Giardino, Cortney 160 

Gibson, Brooke 140 

Gibson, Holly B 311 

Gibson, Michael M. 256 

Giehas, Aimee M. 31 1 

Gies, Ben 182 

Gilbert, Kaleta L. 311 

Gilden, Kristi 311 

Gill, Lon M. 295 

Gill, Sabina 154, 155, 191, 



256 

Gillane, Elizabeth E. 311 

Gilleland. Beverly D. 256 

Gillens. Fredrick 256 

Gillespie. Staci N. 256 
Gilmore. Jonathan C. 311 

Ginfrida. David M. 295 

Ginn. Kevin F. 311 
Ginsberg-Morton. Mandy 209. 

284 
Gissendanner. Matthew W. 

284 

Given, Jawyna 186 

Gladden, Christie 140 

Glandon, Sheila G. 256 

Glass. Jimmy L. 31 1 

Glassmoyer. Kirsten E. 256 

Glauner. Andrea 256 
Gleckel. Laura 160. 161. 256 

Glenn. Blanche 186 

Glover. Vanessa A. 256 

Glushakow. Amy L. 295 

Glushco. Amy 166 

Gobbel. Leigh 142 

Godbold. Emily E. 311 
Godbold. Rebecca L. 311 

Godel. Kurt 91 

Godfrey, Amanda S. 31 1 

Godfrey, Mark T. 256 

Godset, Karen T. 284 

Godsey. Karen 162. 163 
Goetz. Adam 78,170.171, 

284, 377 

Goetz. Amy L. 256 
Goetz, Jen 142.143.256 

Goff, Ryan H. 311 

Goforth, Kathryn B 311 

Golden, Gretchen 148 

Goldstein, Don 147 

Golf 126, 127 

Golfus, Billy 92 

Gontarchick. Ron 183 

Gonzales, Robyn M. 256 
Goodman. Rebecca 158. 159. 

256 

Goodroe, Ryan S 295 

Goodson, Jill E 166,256 

Goodson, Laura M. 158.284 
Goodwine. Constance R. 295 

Gooldrup. Lisa 142 

Goolsby, Tessa A. 256 

Gordon, Ashley 142 

Gordon, Gregory L. 256 

Gordon, Kerne 205 

Gore. Chris 154 

Gore, Emily B. 284 

Gorkem. Sarac 31 1 

Gosnell. Julie L. 295 

Gosnell, Michelle L. 284 
Gossett, Jenny 162, 163, 284 

Gouge, Allison 160 

Gould, Herbert H. 311 

Gourdin, Steve L. 256 

Grabiner, Stacey 162 

Grace, Bradley M. 311 

Grady, John 200 

Graham, Carliss C. 311 

Graham, Danan 31 1 

Graham, Heather L. 140, 295 

Graham, Robert A. 256 

Graham, Shuana 31 1 

Gramling, Suzanne 142 

Graney, Heidi L. 311 

Grant, Carl D, 256 

Grant, Corrine 311 

Grant, John J. 311 

Grant, Melanie L. 284 

Grant, Michael 177 



Grant. Shedrick A. 


284 


Grant. Tesha 


204 


Gratic. Sandi C. 


311 


Graves. Amanda 


148 


Gray. Karen 


199 


Gray. Kim 


148. 149 


Gray. LaShonda 


185 


Gray. Leslie 


160 


Graydon. Joy 


140 



Greeks 138. 139 

Green. Amy 196.256 

Green, Ashley P. 311 

Green. Gail 166 

Green. Hildi 209 

Green. Jamahl 114 

Green. Lee 156 

Green, Mary 142 

Green. Tamara Y. 284 

Green. Tamesha N. 31 1 

Greene. David 184 

Greene. George C. 311 

Greene. Jerry P. 311 

Greene, John O. 178.311 

Greene. LaToya C. 284 

Greene. Lauren V. 295 

Greenshields. Andy 207 
Greenwell, Virginia M. 256 

Greer. Chad C. 256 

Greer, Matthew 256 

Greer. Nancy K. 257 

Greer. Stuart 207 

Gregg. Danny 176 

Gregory. Mark 202 

Gregory. Scott 147 

Gregory. Thad W. 311 

Grey. Brandon 183 

Grice. Chrissy D. 311 

Griffin. Amy K. 295 

Griffin. Charles L 284 

Gnffin, Julie 140. 141 

Gnffith, Angle 209 

Gnffith, Cameron 178 

Griffith, William H. 284 

Grigg. Kelly A. 257 

Griggs. Jamie M. 311 

Gnll, Sandi R. 257 

Grimes, Amie 160 

Grimes, Kristin A, 311 

Grimsley, William L. 295 
Griswold, Leigh 142, 143,191, 

257 

Groce, Jason L. 257 

Grooms, Brandon F. 257 

Gross. Wendy A. 257 

Grosse. Mathan 207 

Grossman, Danielle 186 

Grove. Ryan 168 

Groves, Trevor 178 

Grubbs, Barry S. 284 

Guerin, Jennifer 311 

Guess, Sherofi K. 311 

Guffee, Ashley 158,295 

Guill. Melanie 78 

Guill. Rusty 78, 170 

Guiney, Daniel R. 311 

Guinn, KellyA. 311 

Gully. David B. 284 

Gunn. Michael R. 311 

Gunnells, Saralyn 257 

Gunter, Angela 188, 189 

Gunter, Edward W. 156, 257 
Guram. Sukhbir "Sony" 311 

Guy, Christopher L, 311 



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Harmon, George T. 




257 








Harmon, Mary V. 




285 


Ha, Jodie N. 




295 


Harmon, Meredith 




162 


Habitat for Humanity 




60 


Harmon, Travis S. 




257 


Hackler, Megan L. 


148 


311 


Harper, Charles L. 




257 


Hackney, Josh 




169 


Harper, Justyn 




312 


Hadley, Jason C. 




311 


Harper, Tripp 




169 


Haft, Thomas A. 




257 


Harrell, James M. 




295 


Haff, Tommy 




156 


Harrell, Jessica 




295 


Hafner, Matthew T. 




257 


Harrell, Summer 




160 


Hagaman, Amy E. 




284 


Harrelson, Amy L. 




257 


Hagen, Josh F. 




311 


Harrill, Laura 




142 


Hagen, Wendi A. 




312 


Harriman, Amy 


188 


189 


Hager, Dana E. 


205 


284 


Harrington, Christine M. 


285 


Hagins, Laura 1. 




295 


Harrington, Pat 




182 


Hagood, John T. 




312 


Harnngton, Patrick 




295 


Haigler, Keith H. 




284 


Harns, Ben 




147 


Haines, Paula A. 




295 


Harris, Brian C. 


172 


257 


Hale, Susan L. 


142 


312 


Harris, Charles 




156 


Hall, Alice M. 




257 


Harris, Elizabeth 




142 


Hall, Becky 




142 


Harris, Elizabeth A. 




257 


Hall, Bethany E. 


166 


257 


Harris, Elizabeth L. 




295 


Hall, Cliff 




176 


Harris, John H. 




312 


Hall, Franklin E. 




257 


Harris, Sacha 




206 


Hall, Karen P. 




257 


Harris, Sasha L. 




257 


Hall, Kelly S. 


158 


284 


Harris, Stanley B. 


200 


285 


Hall, Kevin 




200 


Harns, Wolde 




114 


Hall, Meagan C. 




312 


Harrison, Daniel B. 




257 


Hall, Sara 




191 


Harrison, Emily 


140 


141 


Hall, Sarah 


162 


163 


Harry, Brice H. 




312 


Hall, Stephen E. 




284 


Hart, Jason B. 




312 


Hall, Susan E. 




257 


Hart, Jon 




199 


Hallex, Susan K. 




312 


Han, Melissa N. 




257 


Hallman, Monica 




140 


Harvey, Jason C. 




312 


Halsey, Beth 


140 


141 


Harvey, Shannon 


178 


179 


Haltiwanger, Cara L 




312 


Harwood, Jessica B 


186 


312 


Haltiwanger, Rebecca L. 


312 


Haseltine, Eric L. 




312 


Hambright, Maria "Jill" 


257 


Hashimoto, Shinichi 




257 


Hamett, Johnie C. 




284 


Hashimoto, Takako 




312 


Hamilton, Amy 


140 


141 


Hatch, Regina 




140 


Hamilton, Kyra L. 




295 


Hatchell, Heath N. 




258 


Hamilton, Michael H 




312 


Hatchell, Julie E. 




312 


Hammett-Bregger, A 


mmon J. 


Hatt, Chns 




174 


312 






Hausher, Dominic 




178 


Hammond, Byron A. 




312 


Hawkins, David W. 




258 


Hammond, Emily S. 


166 


312 


Hawkins, Kelli M. 




312 


Hammond, Jennifer 




295 


Hawkins, Michael 


184 


190 


Hammond, Mark 




169 


Hawthorne, Matt 




174 


Hamrick, Catherine 


E. 


312 


Hay, Julie 




312 


Hamnck, Tucker H. 




312 


Haycock, Kathy 




148 


Hanauer, Emily A. 




312 


Hayden, Clay 




172 


Hanaver, Emily 




160 


Hayes, Donna 




166 


Hand, Joe Jr. 




48 


Hayes, Jason 


174 


175 


Hands, Kathleen C. 




257 


Hayes, Jimmy D. 




258 


Hane, Julia 




284 


Hayes, Kenneth L. 


202 


258 


Hanes, Erin L. 


199 


312 


Hayes, Lynn 


160 


161 


Hanks, Angela M. 




284 


Hayes, Mandy 




377 


Hanley, Thomas Matthew 257 


Hayes, Peter W. 




258 


Hanna, Stacy A. 




312 


Hayes, Stuart J. 


197 


258 


Hansen, Bryan 




183 


Haynes, Lowell 




156 


Hanson, Jon 




200 


Hays, Anna Lee 




285 


Haralson, Kristen 




285 


Hays, Mandy 




191 


Harbin, Kelley R. 




312 


Hazel, Amy 




152 


Hardee, Russell A. 




257 


Hazel, Kristen 


152 


153 


Hardee, Trent P. 




312 


Hazel, Sharon 




142 


Har 


Jen, Carrie E. 






295 


Head, Buffy 186 


191 


295 



Healy, Craig 169 

Heart, Ryan 176 

Heath, Ashley M. 148,295 
Heath, Shannon H. 312 

Heavner, Chris 206 

Hebden, Toi 200,205,312 
Hedinger, Shea 172 

Heffelfinger, Kristine 208 

Hegler, John R. 258 

Heider, Valerie J. 295 

Heil, Jim 172 

Heimberger, Stacey 166 

Heimlich, Marc G. 183,258 
Heisenberg, Werner 91 

Helfand, Judith ♦ 92 

Helgrin, Brian 206 

Heller, Elaine K. 296 

Helms, Becky 166 

Helms, Rebecca 1. 258 

Helms, Robert L. 312 

Helms, Stacey D. 312 

Helton, Mary L. 312 

Helvie, Mike W. 312 

Hemingway, Kelly E. 312 

Hemphill, Ralph J. 258 

Henderson, Jason S. 296 
Henderson, Kyle 147 

Henderson, Laurie L. 313 
Henderson, Shannon L. 285 
Henderson, Tim 147 

Hendley, Cortney B. 142, 313 
Hendricks, Christian 168 

Hendrickson, Colin 169 

Hendrix, Jeff M. 285 

Hendrix, Jim 190 

Hendrix, Sara 148 

Henley, Jacob P. 313 

Henry, April 151 

Henry, Brian C. 313 

Henry, Etta A. 258 

Hensley, Dennis 182 

Hensley, Jeff B. 258 

Henson, Amy A. 258 

Henson, Wendy R. 313 

Heppner, Kathryn M. 313 

Henn, Steven E. 296 

Herlong, Michael 204 

Herr, Marianne H. 313 

Herr, Sheri E. 258 

Herring, Michael J. 313 

Herron, Chad E. 258 

Herron, Jonathan D. 313 

Herron, Shon M. 258 

Hertwig, Greg 168 

Herzog, Kara S. 258 

Hess, Stephanie 202, 206, 

258 
Hesse, Hayden L. 152,313 
Hesse, Megan 154 

Hester, Heather L, 165,258 
Heuer, Cheryl 162,163,285 
Heuer, Dan 169,201,203, 

285 
Heustess, Shannon 200 

Heydt, David L. 177,285 

Heye, Ken 154,313 

Heyward, Michelle 196 

Heyward, Ryan 146 

Heyward, Tia H. 313 

Hickey, Erin 160, 161 

Hicks, Lee 296 

Hicks, Shannon 186 

Higbe, Shawn M. 296 

Higdon, Kristie A. 258 

Higgins, Elizabeth 142 

Higgins, Katherine M. 313 
Higgins, McCay 142 

Higgs, Stacey D. 313 



High, Jaclyn P. 




313 


Honey, Janine 




188 


Hightower, Terri 


151 


258 


Hood, Joseph H. 




190 


Hilburn, Tamara 


158 


159 


Hood, Nancy 


152 


296 


Hill, Amy E. 




285 


Hook, Amy L. 




313 


Hill, Dave 




170 


Hook, Laura 162, 


163 


285 


Hill, David M. 




258 


Hooks, Jennifer 




186 


Hill, J. R. 




178 


Hoover, Beth 




140 


Hill, Jamie R. 




313 


Hoover, Jolene 




133 


Hill, Jennifers. 




313 


Hoover, Troy 




176 


Hill, Kristie 166, 


167 


191 


Hopkins, Rud 




150 


Hill, Shenicka 




151 


Hopkins, Weston 




168 


Hill, Travis S. 




258 


Hoppes, Samantha 




188 


Hiller, Keith 




285 


Horan, Michael P. 


208 


259 


Hills, Matt 




169 


Home, Jenna L. 




313 


Hilton, Kenya V. 




296 


Homes, Melissa 




196 


Hilyer, Rena 


186 


313 


Hornick, Sonya L. 




259 


Hinchliffe, Stuart 




313 


Horton, Chandor L. 




259 


Hinde, Kevin 8. 




313 


Horton, Edward Z. 




285 


Hines, Carolanne 


154 


155 


Horton, Zach 




172 


Hines, Matt C. 




313 


Hott, Chaney 




148 


Hinson, Corey B. 




296 


House of Leung 




53 


Hinson, Robert N. 




258 


Houser, Jennifer 




205 


Hipp, Charles R. 




258 


Howard, Christopher 




259 


Hipps, John D. 


182 


313 


Howard, E.J. 




147 


Hitch, Katharine E. 




313 


Howard, Frank 


372 


373 


HIV 




8 


Howard, Josh L. 


169 


296 


Hobbs, Summer 


166, 


167, 


Howard, Richard 




202 


285 






Howard's Rock 




108 


Hodge, Amanda L. 




258 


Howe, Chris 




176 


Hodge, Chad 




172 


Howe, Melissa C. 




259 


Hodge, Nancy 162, 


163 


285 


Howell, Angela 




314 


Hodge, Steven C. 




285 


Howell, Anne 




196 


Hodges, Brandi 




186 


Howell, Courtney E. 




314 


Hodges, Brandon 




177 


Howell, Jason M. 




314 


Hodges, Regan 




162 


Howie, Cliona 




209 


Hoffman, Adam 




176 


Howze, Zachary E. 




314 


Hoffman, Bryan 


169 


313 


Hoye, Amy E. 


160 


,296 


Hoffman, Deborah 




92 


Hoyt, Cathy 




148 


Hoffman, Garrett T. 




313 


Hoyt, Stacy M. 




296 


Hoffman, John M. 




313 


Hubbard, Alan H. 




314 


Hogan, Lacey 


152 


153 


Huckabee, Anna E. 




285 


Hogberg, Amy 




154 


Huckabee, Laura E. 




314 


Hogge, Danny R. 




313 


Hucks, Charles E. 




259 


Hogge, Matthew F. 




258 


Huddle House 




53 


Hoglugnd, Justin 




176 


Huddleston, Kelsey 




148 


Hogue, Brandon M. 




258 


Huddy, Greg 




147 


Holbrook, Ellen 




160 


Hudson, Marissa L. 




314 


Holcombe, Thomas 




172 


Huey, Troy 




178 


Holden, Juliette 




258 


Huggins, Aretha M. 




314 


Holder, Robert "Chris" 


313 


Huggins, Dionne 




205 


Hole, Kelly 


166 


167 


Huggins, Jamie J. 




314 


Hollaway, Jay 




182 


Huggins, Walker J. 




296 


Holleman, Nathan S 




313 


Hughes, Arthur B. 




259 


Holley, Jeffrey T. 




313 


Hughes, Augustus L 




259 


Hollifield, Amy R. 




313 


Hughes, Benjamin C 




259 


Hollis, Carter 




168 


Hughes, Bradford R 




259 


Hollis, James S. 




313 


Hughes, Melissa 




186 


Hollmann, Lee M. 


182 


258 


Hughes, Patrick M. 


206 


,285 


Holloman, Meredith 


186, 


187, 


Hughes, Rachel 




314 


196, 259 






Hull, John 174, 


175 


,259 


Holloway, James M. 




313 


Human, Natalie G. 




314 


Hollowell, Caroline 




160 


Humphreys, Christopher 


S. 


Holman, Tamika J. 




296 


259 






Holmberg, Hika 




202 


Humphreys, Clint B. 




259 


Holmes, Elizabeth H 




285 


Humphries, Heather 


A. 


259 


Holmes, Grahame E 




285 


Humphries, Keri 




165 


Holmes, Grey 




190 


Humphries, Kevin 




147 


Holmes, Liz 




166 


Hundley, Colin P. 


201 


,259 


Holmes, Lori 




285 


Hunt, Crystal A. 




259 


Holmes, Taylor 




147 


Hunt, Tiffany 




196 


Holmquist, Heather 


_. 


313 


Hunter, Armaal 




200 


Holsonback, Dana N 




313 


Hunter, Christy D. 


285 


,375 


Holstad, Brian H. 




313 


Hunter, E. Elizabeth 




259 


Homan, Cami 




148 


Hunter, John 




172 


Homecoming 


12, 13 


Hurray, David H. 




259 


Homecoming Pageant 14, 15 


Husovitz, Cari 




165 


Homecoming Queen 


14, 15 


Hutchins, Thomas L 




314 


Homewood, Chisty 




148 


Hutchinson, Christopher 


S. 



diLMii FMummpmi nmrnm r\ m 



259 




Hutchinson, Rainie E. 


314 


Huthmacher, Henry R. 


259 


Hyams, Michelle 


196 


Hyatt, Robert E. 


259 


Hyche, Drew P. 


296 


Hyde, Christie 


158 


Hyde. Robin 


148 


Hydrick, Matthew J. 


314 


Hyman, Erin 198,314 


375, 


377 




Hynoski, Christina M. 


314 




laricci, Joe P. 


259 


Ida, Leigh 


186 


Ido, Leigh A. 


314 


Ihrie, Edward C. 


259 


Ilagan, April J. 


259 


Im, Hyonchin 


314 


Imparato, Jill 


154 


Ingham, Maryann M 


259 


Ingram, Bhan 


150 



Interfraternity Council 190 

International Studies 82, 83 

Internships 62, 63 

Intramural Sports 74, 75 

Investiture 20, 21 

IPTAY 36, 37 
IPTAY Student Advisory 

Board 60 

Irick, Allison M. 285 

Iriek, Allison 206 

In/in, Cathy 163 
Irvin, Kathy 162,260 

Irwin, Rachel E. 314 

Isbill, Stephanie J. 314 

ISEP 83 

Isman, Kenzie 148 

Ivliano, Mary Anne 260 




i5o_j~\imx 



Jackson, Allison 158, 296 

Jackson, Andrew 84 

Jackson, Chris A. 314 

Jackson. Curtis R. 285 

Jackson. Emily 154 
Jackson, Graydon W. Ill 314 

Jackson, Jennifer 158,159. 

260 

Jackson. Ryan M. 314 

Jackson. Wes 176 

Jacobs. Collin W. 260 

Jacobs. Liz 142 

Jacobs, Steven S. 296 

Jacobs. Tyler W. 314 

Jager, Chrissy A. 207. 296 

Jain, Ashima 209 

James, Brandi 166 

James. Karen E. 314 

James. Leslie 142 

James. Libba 314 

James, Mark 150 

James. Stephanie C 186, 314 

James, Stewart 177 

James, Thomas D. 260 

Jameson, Andrew L. 260 

Jameson, Cecilia C. 296 

Jamison, Ivy 152, 153 

Jamison, Jenn 140 

Jamison, Jennifer D. 260 

Jawski, Greg 169 

Jeffcoat, Jeff 156 

Jefferson, Chariss 200 

Jefferson, Joseph 200 

Jefferson, Pledge 208 

Jeffnes. Aileen R. 314 

Jelinek. Thomas M. 285 

Jelley, Matthew M. 260 

Jenkins, Alice L. 296 

Jenkins, Amy C. 296 

Jenkins, Angela J. 285 

Jenkins, David A. 260 

Jenkins, Horace 146 

Jenkins, Kacy 166 

Jenkins. Kelly S. 285 

Jenkins, Lallon 203 

Jenkins, Laron 200 

Jenkins, Marc T. 260 

Jenkins, Natasha 196 

Jenkins, Sara 166. 167, 191 

Jenkins. Scott 178 

Jenne, John E. 260 

Jenness, Lynn E. 260 

Jennifer, Nelms 153 

Jensen, JoAnna 285 

Jerume, Mike 178 

Jett, Michael 314 

Jillson, Matthew 145,260 

Joel, Billy 26, 27 

John, Elton 26, 27 

Johns, Blanca T. 160,314 

Johnson, Amanda 154 

Johnson, Andrea M. 296 

Johnson, Chad A. 260 

Johnson, Christi L. 260 

Johnson, Cristina L. 296 

Johnson, Dave 150 

Johnson, David 172, 173, 296 

Johnson, Jamie 142,285 

Johnson, Jennifer L. 314 
Johnson, Jennifer M. 314 

Johnson, Jonathan 206 

Johnson, Joy 188 

Johnson, Julie 142 

Johnson, Karen L. 260 

Johnson, Kendra 185, 196 

Johnson, Kimberly 162, 163, 

196 

Johnson, Kindra Q. 260 
Johnson, Latasha R. 314 



161. 



152. 



165. 



Johnson. Laura C. 
Johnson. Loh K. 188 
Johnson, Mary Margaret 
Johnson. Matt 
Johnson, Michelle 
Johnson, Nicole R. 
Johnson, P. A. 
Johnson, Presley Ann 
Johnson, Rebecca T. 
Johnson. Renee L. 
Johnson, Rob 
Johnson. Sally 160 
Johnson, Stephen J 
Johnson, Tara E. 
Johnson. Will 
Johnston, Andy 
Johnston, Chris A. 
Johnston. Erin 
Johnston, MaryKirk 
Johnston, P. A. 
Johnston. Sara C. 
Johnston. Tanya 
Jolley. Karen D. 
Jonas, Jaclyn 
Jones. Andrea E. 
Jones. Andy 
Jones. Cam 
Jones, Cheryl L. 
Jones. Cleve 
Jones. Daniel 
Jones. Darius T. 
Jones, Emily A. 
Jones, Emmy 
Jones, Jennifer 
Jones, Justus J. 
Jones. Kim J. 
Jones. Krystal Y. 
Jones. LaTarsha D. 
Jones. LeeAnne 
Jones. Leslie K. 
Jones. Megan P. 
Jones. Michael E. 
Jones. Randy 
Jones. Stephanie T. 
Jones. Trevor 
Jones, Will 
Jones, William 
Jordan, Anna K. 
Jordan, Jennifer 
Jordan, Keith 
Jordan, Kelly J, 
Jordan, Kip P. 
Jorden, Eric 
Joseph, Miles 
Josey. Jill 
Julian, John M. 
Julian, Kelly M. 
Jurgensen, Jason R 
Jussen. Stacy A. 



285 
314 
142 
156 
154 
314 
149 
260 
314 
296 
314 
191 
314 
314 

174, 175 
110 
285 
158 
296 
148 
260 
183 
260 
142 
314 
170 
260 
314 
22 
169 
260 
296 
186 
186 
314 
296 
315 
315 

160, 315 
260 
315 
260 
183 
260 

202, 206 
207 
315 

204, 260 
285 
169 
285 
260 
174 
114 
148 
260 
260 
315 
285 




Kadala, Gerich C. 
Kadri, Jamiel C. 



315 
177,296 



Kaegi. Steven 315 

Kahn. Greg B. 260 

Kahn. Russell E. 190 

Kahrs. Ben 183 

Kaiser. David J. 261 

Kakaras. Despina 186 

Kalbaugh, Corey A. 315 

Kamp, Kimberly T. 315 
Kanagy. Christopher J. 261 

Kappa Alpha Order 157 

Kappa Alpha Theta 1 62. 1 63 
Kappa Delta 8, 166, 167 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 8. 9. 

164, 165 

Kappa Sigma 168 

Karr, Karen T. 296 

Kasoff, Jane 208 

Katsaros. Agathe T. 285 

Kaufman, Jill 162, 163 

Kaufmann, Mark A. 286 

Kay. Heather E. 296 

Kay, Julie M. 315 

Kaylor, Allison 160 

Kayton, Steve J. 201.261 

Kearns. Joshua P. 315 

Kearse. Jeffrey W. 261 

Kearson, Lamar 261 

Keaton, Katie 140 

Keegan, Sean J. 150.315 

Keelen. Amy M. 286 

Keels, Crystal M. 315 

Keener, Brandon 172. 173 

Keifer. Jennifer 188. 189 

Keisler, Cam A. 286 

Keith, Chad 156,296 

Keith, Clastrola 151 

Keith, Kristin J. 296 

Keith Street Cafe 53 

Kekas, Dennis 145 

Kekas, Nicole D. 261 
Kelada. George 168. 197. 261 

Keller, Cliff 261 

Keller, Kim 160 

Keller. Tony 178 

Kelley. Melissa D. 315 

Kelley. Scott W. 315 

Kelley. Shannon H. 315 

Kelly. Chns 146 
Kelly, Melissa 188.189.261 
Kelly. Michelle 81. 198,205, 

315, 375, 377 

Kelly, Mike 172 

Kelton. Earl 296 

Kelton. Tom 182 

Kemp, Jeffery E. 315 

Kendall, Lisa A. 315 

Kendall, Sara 148 

Kennedy. Alex 190 

Kennedy, Charia 196 

Kennedy. Heather A 261 

Kennedy. John M 197 
Kennedy, Ronald W, Jr. 315 

Kennedy, Stacy A. 315 

Kent, Bryan L. 296 

Kent, Elizabeth L. 315 

Kent, Summer M. 286 
Kenworthy, Jeremiah 200, 

315 

Keramos 203 

Kernodle, Shelly L. 286 

Kerr, Mary Frances 142, 315 

Ketchum, Hal 28, 29 

Keys, Reggie 146 

Keyserling, Hillary 140 

Khalil. Salim I. 296 

Kilby, Julie 166 

Kim, Sunah 160, 161 

Kimball, Andy 172 



Kimpton, James P. 261 

Kinder. Anthony N. 296 

Kinder. Tony 156 

King. Amanda 142 

King. Amanda C. 315 

King. Amanda N. 315 

King. Deidra E. 296 

King. Joseph B. 286 

King. Laurie K. 166.286 

King. Lesley L. 296 

King. Libby 188 

King. Mandy 142 

King, Patricia A. 158. 315 

King, Troy D. 296 

Kingsmore. Ty A. 315 

Kinlaw. Nicholas 146 

Kinney. Cortney 142 
Kinsman. Gregory T. 286 

Kirayoglu, Leyla 261 

Kirby, Jeffrey R. 261 

Kirby, John D. 315 

Kirby. Ryan 172 

Kirby. William D. 315 

Kirk. Rhonda 142,143 

Kirkland, Brian W. 286 

Kirkland, Tiffany 154,296 

Kirkley. Chns 147 

Kirkley. Clay 172 

Kirkman. Eric 168 

Kirkpatrick. Matt H. 261 

Kirnama, Kirshna 207 

Kirschneck, Seth 182 
Kirschner, Patricia M. 261 

Kishimoto, Kyo 199 

Kitchens. Tanya M. 261 

Kitchings. Wil 296 

Kittle. Lloyd A. 261 

Kivet, Sally Ann 140 

Kizis. Rebekah 142 

Klass. Melanie 148.209 

Klein, Kelli A. 286 

Kleinman. Cindy M 315 

Kleinpeter, Shannon R. 261 

Kleman. Dave 176 

Kline. David A. 200,315 

Kline, Tracy L. 315 

Knight. Crystal M. 261 

Knight. John S. 296 

Knight. Kim 166.167 

Knox. Daniel B. 297 

Knox. James L. 261 

Knudsen. Lindsay A. 186, 297 

Kobasa. Laurie186, 187, 196, 

261 

Koch. Beth 315 
Koches. Elizabeth V. 152, 315 
Koenig, Scott C. 156, 190, 

286 

Koger, Kameron D. 315 

Kolarsick, Andrea 148 

Kolcun. George 150 

Kolhoff. Denny 147 

Koon. Chris R. 297 

Kopen. Amy 209 
Kopkowski, Cynthia R. 315 

Koplovsky, Eric 147 

Kopp, Kimberlee 315 

Koshar, Kevin 145 

Koye, Jason 150,315 

Kraddock, Ben 174 

Kramer, Brody 174 

Krans, Renee H. 261 

Kraska, Amy M. 315 

Krause, Kenneth E, 261 

Krauszer, Kns 172,173 

Kreitz, Mark 198 

Krementz, Dan 202 

Krouzer, Chandra 158, 159 

Krewson, Sarah 186 



Krick, Julie R. 




315 


Krick, Kevin R. 




286 


Kriese, Chuck 




110 


Kuchar, Kelly J. 




261 


Kudlas, Devin M. 


200 


286 


Kugley, Kathy 


152 


153 


Kuras, Amy K. 




316 


Kurz, Caroline 


154 


155 


Kuykendall, Charles 




156 


Kwist, John 198, 


286, 


374, 


375, 377 






Kwist, Mark 




156 


Kyslinger, Bill A. 




261 


Kyslinger, Bob T. 




286 




Ladson, Tinisha 




205 


Laffey, Amy K. 




316 


Lafler, Janeen M. 




316 


Lagrange, Benjamin 


A. 


156, 


261 






Lagrange, Daniel G. 




316 


Lagrone, Kenneth M 




286 


Lake, Christine P. 




316 


Lake, Robert M. 




286 


Lake, Robin A. 




297 


LaLonde, Brandy D. 




316 


LaManna, Julie 




163 


Lambardo, Melanie 


160 


161 


Lambda Chi Alpha 




169 


Lambert, Wade E. 




261 


Lamphier, Michelle C 




316 


Lancaster, Gregory M. 


261 


Lancaster, Robert W 




316 


Lance, David L. 




316 


Land, Meredith M. 


152 


316 


Land, Patncia 




188 


Landeen, Carmie 




114 


Landree, Kimberly M 




316 


Landrum, Adam J. 




261 


Lane, Camp 


204 


286 


Lane, Kinda 




316 


Lane, Mary M. 




316 


Lane, Meredith 




186 


Lane, Miranda 




186 


Lane, Tim G. 




316 


Lange, Tiffany C. 




261 


Langfitt, Jimbo T. 




316 


Langley, Richard E. 




262 


Lankford, Heather A 


198 


316 


Lantz, Katherine A. 




262 


Lapsley, Caria 158, 


159, 


198, 


286, 375, 377 






Laquiere, Eric 




316 


Largey, Jason 174, 


175 


, 286 


Lark, Susan D. 




297 


Larkby, Jonathan Britton 


205 


LaRoche, Stacey A. 




286 


Larson, Kim 




152 


Laskoski, Shawn R. 




262 


Laten/eer, BJ 


172 


, 173 


Latham, Minde 




142 


Latimer, Angela R. 




262 



Lauderdale, Stacey 148 
Laughridge, Farrah L. 316 

Lausch, Angelique J. 316 
Lavinsky, Elizabeth R. 262 

Law, Jason 172, 173 

Lawhern, Brandon J. 316 

Lawless, Eric 170, 171 

Lawhmore, Faith V. 297 

Lawson, Jill 162, 163 

Lawson, Kevin D. 262 

Lawson, Penny E. 286 
Lawyer, Leighann K. 162, 286 

Laye, Jason A. 262 

Laye, Matthew R. 286 

Layton, Susan L. 262 

League, Chris 168, 190 

Leary, John W. 286 

Leath, Martha 316 

Leclair, Allison 148 

LeCroy, Matthew 100 

Lee, Evan 152, 153 

Lee, Kimberly M. 286 
Lee, Larry J. 198,286,334, 

335, 375, 377 

Lee, Matthew D. 297 

Lee, Robin M. 262 

Lee, Spike 92 

Lee, Todd 172,173 

Lee, Troy 145 

Lee, Wesley P. 316 

Leeke, Shelly M. 316 

Leeman, Kelly S. 316 

Lefler, Amy 140, 141, 191 

Leggett, Bryon 199 

Leggett, Jack 100 

LeGrand, Ella R. 316 

Leiderman, Simon 201 

Leigh, H,D. Dr. 203 

LeMaster, Greta N. 142,316 
LeMaster, Robert W. 156, 286 

Lempicke, Laurel L. 262 

Lengel, Matthew 200, 207 

Lengel, Patnck 200, 207 

Lenhardt, Robet C. 262 

Lenoci, Mandy 162 

Leonard, Amy L. 262 

Leonard, Courtney 148 

Leonard, Jeanne 206 

Leonard, Patrick T. 316 

Leonard, Susan 92 

Leone, Tracy 114 

LeRay, Adam 178 

Leslie, Alison 316 

Lester, Alison 316 

Levitsky, James V. 262 

Levy, Joseph H. 262 

Levy, Trina 207 
Lewis, Christopher D. 316 

Lewis, Daniel R. 145,262 

Lewis, Derek 178, 190 

Lewis, Kari Beth 262 

Lewis, Margaux B. 316 

Lewis, Stephanie A. 262 

Ley, Amanda H. 286 

Ley, Emily F. 206, 286 

Li, Bruce 110 

Lichtenberg, Doug 170 

Lieberman, Laurie 148 

Light, Allie 92 

Lightbourne, Alrena 185 

Lightsey, Laura M. 286 

Ligon, Jennifer L. 316 
Likas, Jason 174,175,262 

Lilly, Ann 154 

Limpert, Kurt 147 

Lin, Shih Wei 262 

Lincoln, Mitzi 160, 161 

Linden, Chad 178 



Lindler, David 


200 


Lindler, Kevin C. 


316 


Lindsay, Hunnicut 


200 


Lindsay, Veretta E. 


262 


Lindsey, Amy C. 


316 


Lindsey, Carol A. 


316 


Lindsey, James W. 


262 


Link, Susan M. 


262 



Lutz, Kyra 154, 155 

Lyies, Tanika L. 317 

Lynam, Allison B, 162,287 

Lynch, Johnny 177 

Lynch, Maureen A. 317 

Lynn, Louis 20 

Lyon, Joe 178 

Lyons, Jean E. 317 



Linn, Andy T. 177,316 
Linn, Ryan 198,316,332, 

333, 374, 375, 377 

Linn, William B. 262 

Lintzenich, Mandy 148 

Lippie, T.J. 182 

Lipscomb, Keri A. • 316 

Lisman, Bradley E. 317 

Litchfield, Jaime M. 317 

Little, Candice D. 262 

Littlejohn, Brian 200 
Littlejohn, Thomas D. 297 

Litwin, Christopher 169 

Livingston, Austin D. 297 
Livingston, Jennifer K. 154, 

263 
Livingston, Lawrence P. 317 

Livingston, Mark 317 

Lizun, Beth 154 

Lloyd, Audrey M. 297 

Lloyd, Chns 150 

Lo, Shianlen 263 

Local Heritage 84, 85 

Lockard, Mike D. 317 

Lockard, Robert E. 317 

Lockhardt, Shelia 148 

Lockhart, Gary 200 

Loftis, AnnK. 158,286 

Lofton, Jeremy 178 

Logan, Arthur 196 

Loidice, Nicole 188 

Lokey, Michael E. 317 

Lollis, James E. 297 

Lollis, Jim 184 

Long, Christie L. 158,263 

Long, Christine 159 

Long, Courtney J. 263 

Long, Emmerald 186 

Long, Jeannie L. 317 

Long, Kristin 142 

Long, Mindy 142 

Long, Rebecca A. 317 

Longe, Michael 177 

Longshore, Kyle M. 286 

Looper, Ginny L. 263 

Lopez, James 287 

Los Hermanos 53 

Love, Cristy E. 263 

Love, Kim 151 

Love, Mari Linn 198,263 

Love, Ross 297 

Lovell, Rebecca142, 143, 208 

Loving, Kelly S. 263 

Lowder, Ashley L. 263 

Lowder, Tom 190 

Lowe, Jason C. 297 

Lowe, Jennifer 186, 187, 192, 

263 

Lowman, Deven J. 263 

Lozner, Doug 172, 190 

Lucas, Amy A. 263 

Luchini, Liz 165 

Lukker, Julie 160 

Lunn, Margaret 186 

Lusk, David C. 317 

Lusk, K. Shannon 263 

Luszcz, Renya 207 
Lutheran Campus Ministry 

206 

Lutz, Jessica Y. 317 




Mabry, Karen E. 
Mac, Bill 
Mack, Becky 
Mack, Carl 



317 
156 
140 
166 



Mack, Jennifer 188, 189 

Mack, Thomas L. 287 

Mackey, Tamara A. 263 

MacMullen, Jessica 160,161 
MacNally, Trish 140 

MacQueen, Andy 190 

Madden, Jaime 200 

Maggipisto, Mike 150 

Mahmud, Farooq 200 

Maier, Christopher M. 263 
Majka, Holly 162 

Makosiej, Chris 207, 263 

Malerba, Adrienne 160 

Malfetti, James L. 263 

Mallory, Ryan L. 317 

Malloy, Bill 176 

Malloy, William M. 297 

Malone, Gwen 162,297 

Maloy, Nathan S. 317 

Malsam, Jeff D. 263 

Manahan, Erin 160, 191, 297 
Maness, Brian 199 

Manges, Bryan T. 263 

Manigault, Desma E. 317 

Manigault, Louis A. 287 

Manley, Fredda158, 159, 263 
Mann, Jennifer M. 263 

Manning, Robert T. 263 

Mannrs 203 

Manns, Bill 183 

Manor, Caroline 152 

Manry, Jennifer 186,317 

Mansfield, Clifford L. 263 

Manske, Heather 142, 199, 

317 
Manwahng, Kevin 168 

Maraist, Kathy 188, 189, 263 
March, Jared D. 317 

Marchant, Anna 152 

Marchant, Daniel H. 263 

Marchbanks, Jennifer 198, 

287 
Marco, Steve 176 

Marcoux, James J. 263 

Mardis, Christi L. 287 

Margues, Chris 202 

Marijuana 46, 47 

Marino, Renee K. 317 

Mariorany, Christine L. 263 
Markiewicz, J. J. 317 

Marsh, Kevin P. 317 

Marsh, Stephanie D. 317 



Marshall, George 200 

Marsico, Bradford E. 287 

Marsiglio, Lisa A. 317 

Martin, Brian 156, 206 

Martin, Caroline 148 

Martin, Catherine 148 

Martin, Chris 177 

Martin, Christy L. 297 

Martin, Jason 174, 175 

Martin, Jason J. 263 

Martin, Jason T. 263 

Martin, Jennifer 158, 159 

Martin, Jennifer J. 263 

Martin, Jennifer L. 297 

Martin, Jenny E. 297 

Martin, Jenny L. 264 

Martin, Kathy E. 264 

Martin, Leigh A. 264 

Martin, Marie 148 

Martin, Matt 150,264 

Martin, Nancy 186 

Martin, Nancy R. 186,317 

Martin, Rick 183 

Martin, Sarah E. 152,264 

Martin, Susan K. 317 

Martin, Thomas E. 264 

Martin, Tom 150 

Martinelli, Sara 152 

Martling, Megan 186 

Marvin, Cynthia D. 287 

Marx, Frederick 92 

Mason, Patrick W. 202, 264 

Massingill, Matthew S. 297 

Master, Reena 205 
Masters, Christopher T. 264 

Mastin, Michael D. 317 
Matasovsky, Laura M. 317 
Malejunes, Katherine 188, 

264 

Matesevac, Ellen 317 

Mathews, Allison 158 

Mathey, Chris 150,317 

Mathis, Brian C. 264 

Mathis, Derek 168 

Mathis, Michael W. 317 

Matos, Peter 183 

Matteson, Rebecca A. 317 

Matthews, Jill E. 297 

Matthews, Paul 182 

Matthews, Tiffany 166 
Matthews, Virginia L. 264 

Mattison, David B. 317 

Mattox, Crystal 188, 189, 192, 

Mattox, Kristopher 200, 317 

Mattson, Rebecca 140 

Matutina, Faith R. 297 

Matz, Brian 176 

Maust, Dave 182 

Maxie, Lori M. 287 
Maxwell, Elizabeth C. 317 

May, Bryan V. 264 

May, Keith 169 

Maybry, John B. 264 

Maybry, Molly D. 158,297 

Mayo, Treshell 134 

Mays, Charisse L. 264 

McAdams, Cydney 148, 197 

McAffee, Vasht 208 

McAlhany, Karen D. 297 

McAlister, Allison 166 

McAlister, Lisa M. 158,287 

McAlpine, John R. 317 

McAlpine, Mac 169 

McAmish, Sallie 297 

McCall, Anna M. 297 

McCall, Brian P. 317 

McCall, Chandra 154,155, 

191 



miEE. Mcmm-cmmmMi 



35/ 



McCall, 


Doug 


174 


McCall, 


Erin 


160 


McCall, 


Kevin D. 


317 


McCall, 


Matt A. 


317 



McCallion, Courtney M. 318 
McCants, Trey 287 

McCarty, Kelly L. 318 

McCaskill, Cecil L. 20 

McCauley, Farrah G.I 52, 318 
McClain, Connie A. 318 

McClain, Tonya L. 264 

McClam, Daniel P. 318 

McClary, Patnck B. 318 

McClelland, Kristin 192,264 
McClure, Jennifer 148, 318 
McClure, Lauren 142 

McColl, Charles L, 318 

McColl, Jimmy "Lynn" 318 
McCollum, Michael 169 

McCombs, Mike 198,375 

McCord, Brian 264 

McCormick, Jan 147 

McCoy, Beth 142 

McCoy, Chanta N. 318 

McCoy, Clayton A. 318 

McCoy, Heather N. 142,318 
McCoy, Laura E. 318 

McCrary, Susan 162, 163, 

204, 264 
McCrorey, Susan 196 

McCue, Elizabeth R. 152, 318 
McCullar, Robert A. 318 

McCurry, Phyllis 158,159, 

264 
McCurry, Rich 178 

McCurry, Robin D. 287 

McDaniel, Emily 158,287, 

374, 375, 377 
McDaniel, Natalie 152 

McDerment, Lee M, 318 

McDermott, Brad 177 

McDonald, Ashley C. 287 
McDonald, John 145 

McDowell, William T. 287 
McElderry, Patrick 156,264 
McElhenny, James 84 

McElveen, Elizabeth L. 318 
McElveen, Russell 203, 318 
McFadden, June 206 

McGaha, Kenneth S. 297 
McGee, Casey 162.297 

McGee, Maggie 152 

McGee, Patricia Laine 264 
McGee, Sam C. 318 

McGill, Jennifer 196 

McGinley, Matt 169 

McGrade, Dan 183 

McGrady, Andi 160 

McGuigan, Enn 160, 161, 264 
McGuirt, Aleisha 264 

Mclnnis, Haden R. 142,318 
Mclntyre, Megan 165 

Mclnuny, Abby 148 

McKae, Xaveria 203 

McKeag, Alicia D. 318 

McKenney, Meredith 142, 297 
McKenzie, Michael Bret 318 
McKenzie, Norman D. 318 
McKibbm, Allyson 148 

McKibbin, John P. 318 

McKinner, Alex 156 

McKinney, Ryan 172 

McKissick, Johnny W. 318 
McLain, John 178 

McLellan, Bill 36 

McLellan, Dana L. 264 

McLellan, Robert P. 318 

McLeod, Alisa J. 264 



McLeod, Karen 208 

McLeod, Mac 182 

McLeod, Todd R. 264 

McLure, Kathleen E. 264 

McMakin, Marcus J. 318 
McMillan, Adrienne M. 264 
McMillan, Christopher C. 264 

McMillan, Jason 172, 173 

McMillan, Jodi 142 

McMullen. Meredith 114 
McMullin, Christine L. 318 

McNally, Maureen 154,208 

McNamara, Erin 166 

McNeel, Ben 184 

McNeely, April 148 

McNeice. J.J. 177 

McNeice. Jeffry 190 

McNeil, Melissa A. 287 

McNeill, Joseph B. 318 

McNeill, Teresa L. 287 

McPherson, Mathew A. 287 
McQueen, Garrick D. 287 

McQueen, Kate 154 

McQueen, Stewart 182 

McRae, Meredith 140 

McRae, Tameka R. 318 

McTeer, Thomas 20 

McVay, Ann M. 297 

Meadows, Rebecca J. 287 

Meals, Michael 192 

Means, Jennifer 140 

Medlin, Mary C. 318 

Meehan, Erin 148 

Meek, Heidi M. 318 
Meekins. Johnette D. 318 

Meeks, Russell D. 287 

Meetze, Stacey G. 186,297 
Mehlman, Jennifer L. 264 

Mehlman, Karen A. 318 

Meister, George W. 318 

Mellin. Jacob 170 

Melton, Jamie R. 287 

Melton, Jennifer 142, 197 

Mendehlson, Trevor 174 

Mercer, Todd P. 200,318 
Mercier, Michael R. Jr. 318 

Meredith, Don R. 205, 265 

Merrick, Andy 168 

Merritt, Greg 184 

Merson, Keith 178 

Merz, Eric 177 

Mesquita, Caryne 158,159 

Metz, Stephanie S. 318 
Mewborn, Amanda F. 319 

Meyers, Katie 154 

Meyers, Melissa 148 

Michaels, Pat 172, 173 

Middleton, Blake 184 

Miley, Jenny 140, 141 

Miley, Martha L 287 

Miller, Amanda M. 287 

Miller, Bonnie 188, 189, 265 

Miller, Douglas P. 265 

Miller, Eric 174,175 

Miller, Jabberia 146 

Miller, Jason A. 319 

Miller, Kathryn 196,287 

Miller, Margaret C. 319 

Miller, Mark 178, 179 

Miller, Natalie D. 265 

Miller, Russell B. 287 

Miller, Ruthie A. 319 

Miller, Ryan 202 

Miller, Stefan 201 

Miller, Stephanie 158, 159, 

265 

Miller, Todd W. 319 

Miller, Tonya M. 297 



Her, Ursula 
Her, William 
lis, Ashleigh D. 
lis, Benjamin T. 
lis, Douglas R. 



203 
265 
287 
319 
319 



lis, Jennifer 140,166.287 

lis, Jennifer M. 265 

lis. Laura 148 

lis, Steven M. 145.265 

Iner. David 200 

losch, Jessica A. 189,265 

nick, Jamie D. 319 

nyard. Crystal L. 265 

ot. Cam 152 

ot, Elisa 152 

rone, Jennifer 200 

shkin, Erin B. 297 

ss Clemson 16, 17 

ss First Friday 8. 10. 11 

ss Homecoming 12, 13, 14, 

15 

Mitchell, Brad 168 

Mitchell. Dennis J. 172. 287 

Mitchell, Greg S 319 

Mitchell, James M. 297 

Mize, Karen M. 297 

Mizell. Jennifer A. 319 

Mizell. Katrina R. 287 

Mobley, Bhan D. 319 

Mock, Damon 186 

Mock, Richard B. 319 

Model United Nations 60 

Moehring, Jodi 154 

Moehring, Mark 172, 173. 192 

Moeller, Marcus C. 319 

Moeves, Eric 178 

Mohan, Brian 182 

Mohr, Ashley 162 

Molchan, Shawna L. 319 

Molin, Carey L. 319 

Molin, Trude L. 162,319 

Monohan, Shane 100 

Monroe, Jennifer A. 143,265 

Montgomery, Allye 140 

Montgomery, Ellen R. 319 

Montgomery, Heather E. 265 

Montgomery, Hunter 145 

Montgomery, Jenny M. 287 

Montgomery, John Michael 

28, 29 

Montgomery, Ryan 174 

Moo, Robbie 182 

Moody, Allison 287 

Moody, Carry 166 

Moody, Robert L. 265 

Moomy, Sara 160 

Moon, Jen 160 

Moore, Elizabeth 165, 191, 

287 

Moore, Grey B. 319 

Moore, Heather 207 

Moore, James E. 319 

Moore, Jeffrey T. 265 

Moore, Joy C. 319 

Moore, Kevin M. 265 

Moore, Kim 162, 163 

Moore, Melinda K. 265 

Moore, Nancy J. 319 

Moore, Rebecca L. 319 

Moore, Robert C. 319 

Moore, Sara 162 

Moore, Sharon E. 319 

Moore, Stephanie E. 158, 287 

Moorman, C. David 265 

Moose, Lorian 186, 187, 265 

Moreland, Rachel 207, 265 

Morgan, Betsy 319 

Morgan, Bnan N. 287 



Morgan. James L. 287 

Morgan. Jeannie R. 287 

Morgan. Matthew L. 184.319 

Morgan. Sally 148. 149 
Moroney, Stephen J. 297 

Morre, Karen 185 

Morris. Adnanne E. 319 

Morns. Amy M. 265 

Morns. Heather 186. 187. 265 

Morns, Jennifer P. 265 

Morns, Jonathan L. 265 

Morris, Kimberly R. 265 

Morris, Shannon M. 149,265 

Morris. Stephanie 152 

Morrison. Crystal L. 319 

Morrison. Harry S. 319 

Morrison, Kevin R. 319 

Morro, Douglas M. 182, 297 

Morrow. Allison 152. 153. 265 

Morrow. Mary M. 319 
Morschhauser. Todd A. 319 

Moss, Anna 265 

Moss, Ashley C. 287 

Moss. Ian K. 265 

Moss, Jeol 198 

Moss. Kip 204 

Motes. Nancy V. 148. 297 

Moton, Latanya K. 319 

Mouzon, Carlette 196.265 

Mouzon, Ebony J. 319 

Mowatt. Zaneta T. 319 

Mozmgo, Joseph A. 319 

Mrozcka, Liz 140 

Muckenfuss, Cliff 178 

Mueller, Laura 208 
Muhammad, Warees203, 265 

Muir, Jessie M. 319 

Muldoon, Paul 40, 41 

Mullikin, Julie M. 266 

Mullikin, Victoria R. 297 

Mullins, Madelyn L. 297 

Mullis, Kimra S. 319 

Mullis, Monica B. 319 

Muncaster, Richard H. 266 

Muntz, Tracie 297 

Murdaugh, Archie T. 266 

Murphey, Donald 202 

Murphy, John K. 266 

Murphy, Kim 154 

Murphy, Tracy 162 

Murray. Anne Marie 186 

Murray, Rhonda 142,287 

Murray, Ryan F. 183, 319 

Muschick, Paul E. 297 
Muslim Student Association 

60 
Musselwhite. Brooke L. 319 

Muzslay, Heath 174 

Myers, Catherine E. 319 

Myers, Jennifer 140 

Myers, Kate 140 

Myers, Katie L. 320 

Myers, Marion D. 320 

Myers, Susan E. 207, 320 

Myrtle, Christine 148 



Nabors. Nathan 
Naidas. Nathan S. 
Nanavati. Angie M. 
Nance. Kathryn M. 
Nance. Michael A. 
Nancy. Mane 
Narducci. AJ 
Nauful. Elissa 
Nauss. Kathenne 

266 
Nayman. Levi 
Neal. John Y. 
Neal. Nancy 
Neal. Roy M. 
Nease. Melinda 158 
Necker. Andrew J. 
Nedved. David A. 
Neel. Kathy M. 
Nelme, Jennifer 
Nelms. Andy 
Nelms. Jennifer A. 
Nelson. Anita 
Nelson, Josh 
Nelson, Kathenne 

298 
Nelson. Kristen 
Nelson. Latarsha M. 
Nelson. Leslie R. 
Nelson. Scott 
Nettling. Dana M. 
Netzloff. John 
Neuburger. Beth 
Neville. Megan 
New. Jennifer E. 
Newell. Ryan 
Newlin, Daniel P. 
Newman, Melissa L. 
Newsome. Erika 
Newton, Elizabeth M 



159, 
190, 




Newton, Jennifer 188, 

298 
Newton. Liz 
Newton, Ryan 
Nguyen, Binh V. 
Nichols, Anne Beaumont 
Nichols, Christy R. 
Nichols. Meagan D 
Nichols. Michael W. 
Nichols. Wayne 
Nicholson, Farah E. 
Nickles, George M 
Nickles, Lee 
Nickles, Virginia M. 
Niffer's Place 
Nindos, Petra 148. 149 
Nistico, Matthew L 
Nitch. Matthew 
Nitsche, Patrick A. 
Nix, Daniel 
Nix. Jody A 
Nixon, Carrie 
Nobles, Kimberly D. 
Nodine, Carlista M. 
Noland, Melody 
Noonan, Laurie 
Norcross, Corey 
Noren. Jeannie 
Norfolk, Chris W. 
Norkett, Michael 
Norris, Patricia C. 
Norhs, Shane 
Norris, Tricia 
Norris, V Dawn 
Norsworthy, Zack 
North, Kathenne S. 
Northcutt, Vincent C 
Northway, Jill A. 



202 
200. 320 
266 
320 
320 
152 
176 
166 
152, 153, 

198 
266 
206 
266 

266 
298 
266 
266 
152 
168 
266 
200 
184 
152. 191, 

148 
320 
298 
176 
266 
178 
140 
154 
320 
174,320 
320 
320 
186 
266 
189, 



177 
170 



154 
168 
320 
320 
287 
320 
298 
196 
320 
287 
156 
298 
53 
266 
320 
266 
320 
287 
298 
162, 320 
320 
266 
158 
140 
266 
142 
320 
320 
266 
150 
140 
266 
147 
320 
320 
288 



200 



200, 



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Norton, Benjy W. 288 

Norton, Candace Alisha 266 
Norton, Pamela D. 266 

Norwood, Christie 188 

Norwood, Franklin B. 266 
Novellino, Allison 205, 288 
Nowak, Daron J. 298 

Nummy, Dax 174, 175, 266 
Nunes, Brian 
Nunes, Jennifer 
Nunn, Poppy R. 
Nunno, James M 
Nymark, Dave 



186, 



156 
320 
266 
266 
145,206 




O'Brien, Bridie 140 

O'Brien, Colleen 148,320 
O'Bnen, Mary B. 320 

O'Brien, Stephen 190 

O'Connor, Autumn M. 320 
O'Connor, Rebecca 158, 159, 

197, 201, 203, 267 
O'Dea, Christopher M. 288 
O'Dell.Jay 174 

O'Donnell, Shanna L. 320 
O'Flaherty, Timothy K. 267 
O'Howell, Mike 174 

O'Kelley, Arthur 190 

O'Kelley, Jen 148 

O'Nan, David 200 

O'Neal, Clark J. 320 

O'Neal, Kevin 145, 267 

O'Neill, Cynthia L. 267 

O'Neill, Kelly C. 267 

O'Rourke, Jennifer B. 145, 

298 
O'Shields, Lori S. 267 

O'Sullivan, Cynthia L. 267 
O'Tuel, Emily T. 162,320 
Oakley, Carlton C. 267 

Oakley, Heather 148, 149, 

288 
Oaksmith, Lisa M. 267 

Ober, Karen 158,159,267 
Oberdan, Dr. 91 

Oberg, Lisa C. 267 

Odell, Charles E. 320 

Odella, Joanna E. 298 

Odem, Katie 142 

Odom, Bridget 200 

Odom, Melissa 1 10 

Odom, Michael B. 267 

Odom, Rion R. 320 

Ogden, BIythe N. 320 

Oglesby, Jonathan D. 298 
Oliver, Enayat W. 267 

Oliver, Jon S. 267 

Oliveri, Steven F. 267 

OIlis, James E. 298 

Olson, Norma F. 298 

Olson, Peter L. 298 

Omnicron Delta Kappa 

Society 197 

On-Line Registration 86, 87 
Opalski, Michael 169 



Opening 
Order of Omega 
Orfield, John W. 
Organizations 
Orr, Heather C. 
Orrell, Jaye 
Orvin, John Y. 
Osborne, Ashlee N. 
Osbourne, Becky 
Osier, Emily L. 
Oulette, Dale 
Outlaw, Robert H. 
Overby, Zachariah 
Owen, Chandler 
Owen, Kathryn S. 
Owens, Beth E. 
Owens, Gretchen L. 
Owens, Kalita D. 
Owens, Michelle A. 
Owens, Rhonda K. 
Owens, Robi D. 
Owens, Shelley M. 
Owens, Tom 
Owings, James 3. 
Oxford, Jackie 
Oxford, Scot 



2, 3, 4, 5 
192 
267 

194, 195 
298 
142 
298 

166,320 
166 
298 
147 
288 

169, 190 
156 
320 
320 
288 
288 

199,320 
267 
320 

186,298 
145 
267 
160 
200 



Parker, Kent 
Parker, Kyle 
Parker, Robert C. 
Parker, Valerie L. 
Parker, Zac 



196 
174 
321 
268 
169 




Packaging Science Club 204 



Padgett, Charles S. 


267 


Padgett, Scott L. 


320 


Padgett, Stephanie 


160 


Pafford, Amy 


206 


Page, Allison 


188, 189 


Page, Christopher L 


267 


Page, Natasha C. 


267 


Paige, Todd 


170, 171 


Painter, Erin L. 


298 


Painter, Robert A. 


267 


Palmer, Davis M. 


267 


Palmer, Jennifer 


204 


Palmquist, Khsty 


204 


Palotta, Scott 


202, 206 


Panhellenic Council 


191 


Pantsah, Koren 


140 


Pantsari, Mark R. 


320 


Paone, Sean P. 


320 


Papa John's Pizza 


53 


Papciak, Melinda 


148 


Papp, Susan M. 


267 


Par 5 Cafe 


53 


Paramenter, Amy 


140 


Pardue, Kimberly W 


267 


Parent, Michael 


168, 190 


Pans, Michelle 


140 


Park, Angela 


188 


Park, Shayne 152 


153,267 


Parker, Brock 


174 


Parker, David W. 


298 


Parker, Emily 


206 


Parker, Genie L. 


320 


Parker, Heather 


206 



Parkhurst, Andrea 199,268 

Parking 66, 67 
Parking enforcement 66, 67 

Parks, Amy 186 

Parks, Susan M. 298 

Parnell, Yowanda 151 
Parris, Nicole 140, 141, 288 

Parris, Scott 268 

Parris, Shane 202 

Parris, Shannon L. * 268 

Parrish, Benson C. 268 

Parrish, Clayton 150 

Parrish, Marion R. 288 

Parson, Emily 191,288 

Parsons, Emily 166 

Parton, Roy 200 

Pasqua, Sean 172 

Pate, Robert B. 321 

Patel, Asif A. 268 

Patel, Dimple 205 

Patnck, David J. 321 

Patterson, Andrea L. 298 

Patterson, Bryan B. 321 

Patterson, Christina M. 268 
Patterson, Heather L. 288 

Patterson, Sara 148 

Patterson, Suzanne D. 321 

Patton, Jennifer J. 1 98, 298 

Pavao, Scott 170, 171 

Payne, Jason E. 321 

Peake, Bridget R. 268 

Pearce, Betsy 205 

Pearce, Enc J. 190 

Pearce, Mary E. 288 

Pearson, Andrew M. 268 

Pearson, Melanie A. 268 

Peay, Ronnie L. 288 

Peebles, Jessica L. 186,187, 

268 

Peeler, Robert 20 

Peeler, Will J. 321 

Peery, Ashley T. 321 

Peetz, Emma 110 

Pelick, Taylor M. 321 

Pelletier, Daryl 200 
Pendergrass, Susan R. 321 

Penn, Alyssa A. 321 

Penney, John C. 321 

Penny, Beth A. 298 

Pennypacker, Eric 174 
Pennypacker, G. Jason 174, 

175,268 
Percic, Victona Maria 268 

Perez, Patricia Z. 268 

Perishing Rifles 208 

Perkins, Rhonda M. 321 

Perri, Amy 162 

Perric, Vicki 160, 161 

Perron, Shelly 140 

Perry, Alicia 206 

Perry, Kathleen G. 321 

Perry, R. Maiden 268 

Perry, Shannon 209 

Persinger, Jocelyn 148, 321 

Peters, Nancy W. 142,288 

Peters, Wendy E. 142,288 
Peterson, Jennifer L.200, 321 

Peterson, Jesse 166, 167, 

268 

Peterson, Schuyler 268 

Petillo, Laurie C. 321 

Petree, Rob 200 

Petro, Jillian M. 321 



Retry, Kevin M. 268 

Pettay, Daniel T. 321 

Pettigrew, Sarah 140 

Petty, Brooke 186,288 

Petty, Dana E. 268 

Petty, Mem A. 298 

Pfeifer, Justin D. 321 

Pfeiffer, Keenan 298 

Pfiffer, Sara 166 

Pflum, Melissa 188, 189, 268 

Pflum, Missy 189 

Pfrommer, Katie 152, 268 

Phelps, Lenzie 162,321 

Phelps, Tina 142 

Phi Alpha Delta 204 

Phi Delta Theta 182 
Phi Kappa Tau 78, 79, 170, 

171 

Phi Sigma Pi 205 

Phillips, Aaron 200, 288 

Phillips, Amy R. 321 

Phillips, Ashley B. 298 

Phillips, Carlton T. 321 

Phillips, Clayton B. 321 

Phillips, Donald J. 268 

Phillips, Jodie 207 

Phillips, Khsty A. 321 

Phillips, Ross J. 268 
Phillips, Stephanie A. 268 

Phillips, Susan G. 298 

Phillips, Wendy 142,208 

Philosophy 90, 91 

Philpott, David P. 321 

Philpott, Roy 178 

Pi Kappa Alpha 43, 174, 175 

Pi Kappa Phi 172,173 

Piatt, Amy E. 288 

Piazza, Sandi 207 

Pickard, Melissa 162, 163, 

204, 268 
Pickens, Charles T. 
Pickering, Russell T 
Pierce, Jeannie E. 
Pietila, Rebecca J. 
Pigett, Latisha 
Pinkney, Caroline 
Piotrowski, Brian M. 
Pitts. James S. 
Pitts, Kimberly J. 
Pitts, Leandra 
Pitts, Thorn 
Pixley, Tammica D. 
Pizza Hut 
Planck, Max 
Plate, Kevin 
Plato 

Plunkett, Anna 
Plyler, Wil 
Plymale, Shaun 
Poe, Sara 
Polen, Brian 201 
Police Chief 
Polite, Regina 

Poll, Rachel 154 

Pollard, Clint E. 269 

Pollard, Tassy 206 

Polsky, Roger 176 

Poole, David A. 288 

Poole, Heather A. 288 

Poole, Henry D. 269 

Poole, Jeffrey S. 298 

Poole, Kevin 201 

Poore, Heather M. 298 

Poore, William S. 288 

Pope, Brian O. 269 

Porter, Sally 160,298 
Porterfield, James D. 269 

Portraits 242, 243 



268 

321 

298 

321 

200 

152 

268 

156,268 

268 

203, 268 

199 

16, 288 

53 

91 

177 

91 

186, 187 

321 

176 

165 

203, 269 

68,69 

185 



Post, Kevin 
Poston, Amy 
Poston, Emily 
Potuto, Laura 
Powell, Allison L. 
Powell, Audrey 
Powell. Audrey M 
Powell, Ben G. 
Powell, Caroline 
Powell, Jen 
Powell, John K. 
Powell, Philip G. 
Powell, Stacey D. 
Powell, Tracey L. 
Power, Gina M. 
Prater, Angela G. 
Preacher, Leigh Ann 

196,288 
Prehn, Meredith 196,269 
Presbyterian Student 

Association 
Presnell, Daniel H. Jr 
Preson, Janet 
Pressley, Patricia J. 
Prete, Louis A. 



145,269 
140, 191 
191 
321 
269 
298 
298 
321 
166 
209 
321 
321 
322 
322 
322 
322 
162. 



150, 



158, 



Price, Amalia M. 
Price, Benjamin D. 
Price, Chris 
Price, Rachael S. 
Phce, Steve 
Price, Tina M. 
Prichard, Jewel E. 
Prickett, Ashley C. 
Priester, Raymond 
Pritchard, Kelly M. 
Pritchard, Kenny D 
Proctor, Jessica E. 
Profit, Laura E. 
Proper, Daniel J. 
Pruitt, Andrew L. 
Pruitt, Jeff 
Prusak, Jared M. 
Pryor, Dawn E. 
Pryor, Matthew W. 
PSA 

Public Safety 
Puckett, Ana M. 
Puckhaber, Jennifer L 
Pugh, Katrina L. 
Pulaski, Heather L. 
Puleo, Mike 172 
Punch, Brandon W. 
Purcell, Kristen 
Purdy, Julie 
Purdy, Kirsten 
Pusser, Lori 
Putigna, Floriano 
Putman, Bradley J. 
Putnam, Jason E. 
Putnam, Suzanne 
Pye, Stacie 



178, 



152, 



206 
322 
204 
269 
288 
322 
322 
174 
269 
206 
322 
322 
298 
106 
322 
322 
288 
322 

203, 298 
322 
200 
322 

160, 322 
269 
12,206 
64, 65 
269 
322 
269 
288 

173,322 
269 
202 
160 
152 

152,322 
288 
298 
322 
206 
140 




m(i mMi-srm p^£ f\ s53_ 



Qizilbash. All 
Quarles, Richard H. 
Quick, Dana 
Quinlan, Jessica D. 
Quisenberry, Thomas 



177 
269 
114 
322 
156 




Rabon, Brenda D. 269 

Rabon, Emily M. 322 

Rabon, LoriA. 162,322 
Rabon, Stephanie R. 298 

Radding, Ryan 174, 175 

Radlgan. Cory 169 

Rahn, Nicholas R. 269 

Raima, Joe 190 

Raines, Angela C. 288 

Raines, Carrie B. 140,299 

Rally Cats 8, 208 

Ralph, Ro S. 288 

Ralston, Melanie 142, 143 

Ramos, Jack 178 

Ramp, Melissa M. 322 

Ramsey, Danielle 140,322 

Ramsey, Eric 150 

Randall, John D. 322 
Rasheed, Jameelah N. 299 

Ratchford, Emily E. 186,322 

Rathje, Glenn R. 269 

Rathmann, Richard 202, 269 

Ratliff, Shaun T. 299 

Ratliffe, April E. 322 

Ratteree, Leigh M. 322 

Rausch, Robert G. 269 

Ravan, Chris 158 

Ravenel, Jane V. 322 

Ravenel, Vitre 162 

Rawlings, Courtney L. 322 

Ray, Michael 269 
Rayburn, Stephanie 142, 143, 

208 

Rayfield, Kerry E. 322 

Rayfield, Michael J. 269 

Reagan, Kelly 165 

Ream, Danielle E. 322 

Reardon, Jenny 142 

Reaser, Mary M. 299 

Recame, Nicole L. 269 

Recycling 76, 77 

Redd, Brian D. 299 

Redd, Brian L. 269 

Redd, Sandra D. 288 

Redington, Jessica K. 288 
Redmond, Patricia A. 269 

Reed, Doc 288 

Reed, Jehrionne 146 

Reed, Joshua H, 322 

Reese, Ashley 186 

Reeves, Anna B. 142,299 

Reeves, Julie V, 288 

Reeves, Loh 162 

Reeves, Ryan 174 

Reger, Michael W. 269 

Reichard, Jennette 200 

Reid, Christie E. 288 

Reid, Holly A. 322 



Reid, Jonathan J. 322 

Reid, Julia E. 288 

Reid, Laurie 209 

Reilly, Devin M. 172,269 

Reinhard, Robin M. 322 

Renck, Jon C. 322 

Rennie, Kristen M. 148, 149, 

269 

Renwick, Matt M. 200, 299 

Restaurants 52, 53 

Reveille, 80, 81 

Rewis, Brent 176,269 

Rex, Tripp 289 

Reynolds, Jacques 169 

Reynolds, Robert G. 269 

Rhoad, Alison D. 270 

Rhodes, Clare E. 270 

Rhodes, Crystal M. 322 

Rhodes, Joey 169 

Rhodes, Kelly M. 140.270 

Rhodes, Tracy 270 

Rhymer, Kelli A. 322 

Ricard, Monica J. 299 

Rice, Carol P. 270 

Rice, Katie G. 322 

Rich, Anna L. 322 

Rich. Roxanne L. 322 

Richardson, Alicia 165 

Richardson. Brad A. 323 
Richardson. Chelsea C. 270 
Richardson. Henry G. 299 

Richardson. Jason 169 

Richardson. Mary 148 
Richardson. Mollie S. 323 

Richardson. Wade 299 

Rick, Melanie 196 

Ricketts, Shelley 165 

Riddick, Ayounga 203 

Riddle, James 177 
Riddle, Laura 142,143,270 

Rider, Michael C. 174,299 

Ridings, Angela H. 289 

Ried, Laurie 148 

Rife, Kelly A. 323 

Riffle. Annette L. 323 

Rigby, Lee 176 

Rigdon, Sylvia D. 299 

Rigg, JulieA. 289 

Riggin, Trey 168 

Riggon, Trey 299 

Riggs, Jim 145 

Riggs, Katie 148 

Riggs, Sandy L. 299 

Riggs, W. M. 36 

Righton, L. Jane 186, 187, 

270 

Rigsby, William C. 270 

Riker, Kim 142 

Riley, Heather N. 299 

Riley, Lew 70 

Riley, Margaret A. 323 

Riley, Melissa Jo 299 

Riley, Missy 158 

Rinck, Natalie 208 

Rinderle, Eddy M. 270 

Rinehart, Tara E. 299 

Rish, Christopher C. 323 
Ritter, Christopher E. 270 

Ritter, Kevin 174, 175 

Roach, Melany C. 270 

Roach, Sarah 142 

Robbins, Knsten A. 148,323 

Robbins, Tammy 185 

Roberts, Ivan L. 299 

Roberts. John 178 

Roberts, Melinda D. 289 

Roberts, Nicole L, 202, 270 

Roberts, Rafer 177,299 



Roberts, Robbie 178 

Robertson. Dawn 199 
Robertson, James B. 299 

Robinson. CarIa V. 140,299 

Robinson. Chns 110 

Robinson, Hunter L. 299 

Robinson, Ian D. 323 
Robinson, Jenifer M. 158, 323 

Robinson, Mandy 140 

Robinson, Mary F. 323 

Robinson, Victor B. 323 

Robison, William 146 

Robson, Daniel S. 289 

Rock, Angela 160 

Rockow, Keith P. 200, 270 

Rodgers, Jocelyn 142 

Rodgers. Rochelle 148 

Rodriguez, Julie 133 
Roenfeldt. Katherine 166. 323 

Rogers. Amy L 299 

Rogers. Angela 166. 191 

Rogers. Erica J. 323 

Rogers. Enn L. 289 

Rogers. Herbert 299 

Rogers. Jason R. 299 

Rogers. Joseph P. 270 

Rogers, Mike 147 

Rogers, Scott 177,299 

Roll, Tiffany D. 289 

Roller, Benjamin J. 206. 323 

Roller Blading Club 61 

Rollins, Alison C. 323 

Rollis, William T. 270 

Romano, Robin B. 270 

Romanosky, Kristi 188. 189, 

270 
Romero-Pastranna, 

Francisco 270 

Ronning, Virginia 204 

Roof, Kristina 162 

Roscoe, Lyie 145 

Rose. Shelley D. 323 

Rosen, Valerie 299 

Rosenbaum, David 169 

Rosenbaum, Mike 147 
Rosenfeld, Renae E. 166, 289 

Rosenfeld, Ryan 168 

Rosenlund, Kelly 142, 143, 

197, 270 

Ross, Benjamin J. 323 

Ross, Duane 134 

Ross, Michael D. 270 

Ross, Rebecca M. 289 

Ross, Robert B. 270 

Rossheim, Joe 182 

Rossi. Eric 270 

ROTC. Air Force 200 
ROTC Cadre, Air Force 200 

Rottman, Kelly 142 

Rouby, Michael 323 

Rougley, Angel W. 270 

Rounsville, Lauren 165 

Rowe, Holly B. 203, 270 

Rowell. Jennifer 142, 143 

Rowland, Bruce 177, 270 

Rowland, Mandy 148 

Rowland, Margaret 162 

Rowland, Miriam 158, 159, 

270 

Rowland, Steve 177 

Royal, Bryan S. 299 
Royster, Christopher T, 289 

Rozetar, Rob 169 

Rucker, J. Reid 20 

Rudd, Lisa M. 270 

Ruiz, Venesa 323 

Rumer, Darin L. 289 

Rumors 49 



Runnlon, Ed 


206 


Rupple, Tessa 


162 


Rush, Charles W. 


323 


Rushton. Gil 


36 


Rushton. Monica L. 


323 


Russel. Allison 


186 


Russo. Knstyn 


148 


Rutkowski, Lori A. 


166. 323 


Ryan, Britta 


270 


Ryan. Casey R. 


154, 289 


Ryan, David A. 


270 


Ryan. Diane 


148 


Ryan, Matt 


147 


Ryan, Shannon B. 


299 


Ryan, Wesley C. 


299 


Ryans, Wesley 


200 


Rymsha, John 


147 




Sabatine, Jennifer A. 
Saffer, Amy E. 
Saidens, Michael S. 
Saine. Bradley D. 
Salazar. Frank 
Saleeby, Stephanie B. 
Sails, Joanna 
Sallah, Danielle 142 

Salvador, Chris J. 
Sampler, Jessica 
Sanborn. Kelly E. 199 
Sancters. Jason 
Sanders, Jay 
Sanders. Marissa 
Sandler, Justin 
Sandler, Kathe 
Sandtreit, Kyle A. 
Sanford, Suzanne M. 

289 
Sappenfield, Scott 
Sargent, Heather E. 



271 
323 
271 
323 
110 
271 
162 
143 
323 
160 
323 
183 
271 
148 
178 
92 
299 
158, 

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271 



Sargent, Rebecca A. 197, 271 
Sarnowski, Dawn L. 323 

Sarratt, Beth 160 

Sarratt. Heather E. 158.299 
Sarton. Rodney 146 

Sarvis. Amanda 165 

Sasser, Chad 178 

Sasser, Kristi 154 

Sasser, William E. 289 

Satterfield, Danielle M. 323 
Satterfield, Lindsey M. 323 
Satterwhite, Jason 323 

Saucier, Brooks B. 197,271 
Sauerbrei, Toby A. 289 

Sauinders, Amber 148 

Saulitis, Robyn J. 160, 161, 

271 
Sauls, Leah 186 

Saunders, Amber 149, 191 
Saunooke, Kathenne T. 271 
Sauve, Jeffrey D 271 

Sawyer, Kerry F. 323 

Sawyer, Tanya N. 271 

Saxon, Lonnie 68, 69 

Saylors, Jennifer 162 

Scales, Katherine E. 289 



Scalzi, Mike 178 

Scammahorn, Caroline 205 
Schaefer. Jason E. 323 

Schaefer. Jeff 182 

Schaetter. Clint 202 

Schafer. Rebekah L. 206. 271 
Scheider. Christine 188 

Schenck. Jennifer L. 271 

Schlise. Tania 158. 159 

Schmeltzer, Gretchen 205, 

271 
Schmidt, Gregg 198 

Schmidt. Jill B. 154,271 

Schmidt, Kelly 160, 161, 271 
Schmitz, Addy 154.155 

Schoen. Julie 148 

Schoepf. Heidi 188, 189 

School, Seal 32, 33 

Schoppman. Stacie 142 

Schuerman, Tom 202 

Schultheis, Jennifer A. 271 
Schultz. Stephanie 133 

Schuman, Jonathan D. 323 
Schutte. Stacey L. 271 

Schwab. Tanja 165.271 

Schwallie. Jennifer A. 271 
Schwaltz, Mathew 207 

Schwarteman, Adam L. 289 
Schwartz, James 174 

Schwartz, Tara 299 

Schwartzman. Adam 205 

Schwedler, Jay 147 

Schwery, Patricia S. 323 

Scott, Bradley K. 323 

Scott. Brandon 169 

Scott, Celeste 142, 191 

Scott, David 145 

Scott, Kimberley S. 271 

Scott, Rob 182 

Scottow, Billy 176 

Scruggs, Caroline P. 299 

Scruggs. John W. 323 

Scruggs. Tracy A. 271 

Scruggs. Wesley 207 

Scurr. Joy 154,155,289 

Seaman. Joe 1 70, 1 71 , 289 
Seamands, Christopher D. 

271 
Searcy. Mary E. 271 

Sears. Anna N. 289 

Sease, Marianne E. 299 

Sease, Stephanie 206 

Seastrunk. Erica C. 186. 299 
Seawright. Lottye A. 323 

Sederman, Sarah 199 

Segars. Francis 140 

Segars. Jennifer V. 271 

Segars, John H. 271 

Segars, Margaret L. 323 

Seibert, Jennifer M. 272 

Seibles, James C. 272 

Self, Ashley 133 

Sellars, Angle 162, 163 

Sellars, DeAngela E. 272 

Sellars, Joseph B. 289 

Sengchan, Somxay 172 

Senger, Peter D. 206, 289 
Senn, Ehc W. 323 

Septon, Amy R. 299 

Serayderian. Laura 148 

Serijan, Michael T. 272 

Serijan, Val 154 

Serra, Brendon R. 299 

Servey, James V. 323 

Sessions, Shana W. 323 

Setzler, Jamie 140 

Sewczwicz, Pete 202 

Sewell, Gena R. 162, 163, 



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Sexton. Charles T. 206, 272 

Seymour, Wanda L. 300 

Shaffer, Russell 150,272 

Shaffner, Kenna 186 

Shaloly, Jason 174 

Shands. Sandra H. 323 

Shaneor, Christy 148 

Shanklin, Kara R. 300 

Share, Laura 140,324 

Sharp, W. Kevin 203, 205, 

289 

Sharpe, Amanda L. 324 

Sharps, Brooke E. 324 

Sharpe, Kevin 201 

Shaver, Ashley 186 

Shaw, Brooks 202 

Shaw, Harley L. 272 

Shaw, Jamie 148 

Shaw, William B. 272 

Shawuer, Jay 178 

Shaylor, Ellen L. 206, 300 

Sheaffer, Scott T. 324 

Shealy, Jennifer L. 272 

Shealy, Kenneth E. 289 

Shealy, Robert 200 

Sheehan, Paul M. 324 

Sheehy, Bhan 170 

Sheehy, James M. 272 

Sheets, Jeff 145 

Sheffer, Cherie A. 272 
Shefton, Jameitre' W. 324 

Shelby, Megan 160, 161. 272 

Shell, Eric 147 

Shenefield, Joni A. 324 

Shepherd, Amanda 166 

Sheppard, Amy L. 289 

Sheriff, David D. 324 

Sheriff, Kathryn A. 324 

Sherman, Bridget A. 300 

Shier, N/licheiie 165 

Shipp, Jill R. 205, 300 

Shirer, Michelle L. 272 

Shirley, Reagan A. 324 

Shivers, Heather J. 300 

Shoffner, Kenna S. 187,272 

Shoney's 53 

Shore, Jen 162 

Shore, Ryan B. 272 

Short, Kevin J. 289 

Showfety, Lawrence R. 272 

Shroeder, Bryan K. 289 

Shuflet, Eric 174 

Shuler, Darrell L. 289 

Shuler, Kenneth B. 272 

Shuler, Kevin E. 289 

Shuler, Lanie 165 

Shulick, Jason A. 324 

Shultnick. James 174 

Shum, Justin B. 324 

Shum, Stephanie 160, 161, 

205 

Shumpert. Robert R. 272 

Shumway. Suzanne 199,324 

Sibley. Charles D. 324 

Sicherman. Sarah 188 

Siconolfi. Mandy 324 

Siebert, Linda 205 
Siebert, Suzannah G. 300 

Siebest, Linda J. 272 

Sielicki, Christopher L. 324 

Sienkowski, Philip 204 
Sleradzki, Michelle L.50, 198, 

289 

Sieverdes, John C. 324 

Siftn,Alex 142,143 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 176 

Sigma Chi 178, 179 



Sigma Nu 
Sigma Pi 
Sikes, A! 
Sikes, Kelli A. 
Sikora, Ryan 



180, 181 
177 
324 
324 
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Silkworth, Nichole L. 154, 300 

Silver, Leslie 206 

Silverstein, Amanda 158 

Siman, Julie A. 162,324 
Simmens, Amanda M. 324 

Simmons, Anthony 106 

Simmons, Heather 186, 187 

Simmons, Jill R. 272 

Simmons, Katie 162, 163, 

196,289 

Simmons, Rudy 146, 196 

Simon, KIndra L. 185,289 

Simons, Holly 142, 143 

Simontan, Eric 168, 190 

Simpson, David 184 

Simpson, Douglas 202, 272 

Sims, Amy L. 324 

Sims, Corrie 209 

Sims, Ella M. 324 

Sims. Jameka A. 324 

Sims, Nikki 134 

Sinclair, Kelly 186 

Sinclair, Rob 183 

Sinclair, Ryan 183 

Sine, Erin 148 

Singer, Jeff 172,173 

Singletary, David A. 289 

Singletary, Janet D. 272 

Singleton, Daytonia D. 300 

Singleton. Tonya 162 

Sink. Robert C. 272 

Sintay, Bryan 201 

Sipe, Michelle L. 324 

Sirivelu, Kishore 145 

Sirois, James R. 176.289 

Sittig, Jamie C. 324 

Skelton, Jamie R. 324 

Skiadas, Dea 300 

Skidmore, Summer D 186, 

324 

Skiff, Kerianne L. 272 

Skipper. Kristen 140 
Skladanek, Joseph A. 150. 

272 

Skowysz, Michelle 142, 143 

Skutta, Megan 160, 161 

Skyrm, Jennifer 272 

Slaton, Brandi M. 324 

Slaton, Tiffany D. 300 

Slattery, Bnan 272 
Slaughter, Elizabeth M. 272 

Slice, Laura M. 324 
Slingerland, Patricia L. 272 

Sloan, Jay W. 324 

Sloan, Robert W. 273 

Small, Kara D. 273 

Smarr, Tim R. 289 

Smith, Al 196 

Smith, Alice E. 289 

Smith, Allison J. 324 

Smith, Amy M. 140,273 

Smith. Ashley 162 

Smith. Benjamin E. 324 

Smith, Brandon 176, 190 

Smith, Brantley 186 

Smith, Brent A. 324 

Smith, Brody 176 

Smith, Bryan D. 324 

Smith, Caroline S. 142,324 

Smith, Chad M. 324 

Smith, Chris 147 

Smith, Cynthia A. 273 

Smith, Dave 147 



196, 



Smith, Emory 

Smith. Eric W. 

Smith. Francis M. 

Smith. George 

Smith. Hammond 

Smith, Heather L. 

Smith, James B. 

Smith, Jason 

Smith. Jay 

Smith. Jennifer L. 

Smith. Jeremy C. 

Smith. Jim 

Smith. Joanna 152 

Smith. Joanne 

Smith, Jonathan C. 

Smith. Joy 

Smith, Katharine E. 

Smith, Keely B. 

Smith, Kendra E. 

Smith, Kimberly D. 

Smith, Kristen L. 

Smith, Lauren 

Smith, Lisa M. 

Smith, Marcus T. 

Smith, Matthew M. 

Smith, Matthew W. 

Smith, Maureen C. 

Smith, Missy E. 

Smith, Monica O. 

Smith, Parker 

Smith, Robyn L. 

Smith, Roy W. 

Smith. Sara A. 

Smith, Sarah 154,200,325 

Smith, Shannon 142,325 

Smith, Shelley L. 

Smith, Sloan 

Smith, Stacy 

Smith, Susannah D. 

Smith, Yolanda 

Smoak, Lori R. 

Smoke, Donna 

Smoot, Kimberly K. 

Smothers, Matthew 

Smoyer, Stacey 

Smuro, Matt 

Snell, Justin H. 

Snelling, Kelley M. 

Snellings, Josh D. 

Snethen, Stephanie 161, 191 

192, 273 
Snider, Shannon 
Snipes. Lauren 188, 189 
Snode, Liese 
Snyder, Angela K. 
Snyder, Charles B. 
Sobelson, Jared N. 
Soccer 114, 115, 116, 

118, 119 
Society of Women Engineers 

205 
Sofield, Brian D. 325 

Sofield, Pledge 208 

Sofio, Jennifer 140 

Sokolowski, Allison 140 

Seller, Fred 169,273 

Solomon, Louis 105 

Solomons, Mackensie 174 
Somerville, Ryan 145 

Sorensen, Annalise 148 

Sorenson, Maria L. 325 

Sousa, RyanJ. 150,273 

Southerland, Jason 199 

Southerland, Ronald J. 325 
Southern, Amy M. 160,325 
Southern Film Circuit 92, 93 
Spacil, Michael 200 

Spadaro, Craig 174, 175 



105, 106 
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273 
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166, 273 
324 

273, 300 
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273. 325 
325 
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Spalding. Suzanne 152 
Sparks, Julie 162,163,273 

Spatola, Richard 325 

Spaulding, Suzanne 197, 289 

Speakman, Brandon 202, 273 
Spearman, Darren C. 273 

Spears, James C. 325 

Speas, Suzane M. 300 

Speer, James R. 289 

Speer, Jodi M. 325 
Spell, Dana 188.189,273 

Spell, Jason L. 300 

Spenkle, H. 150 

Spitz, John 172,173 

Sports 98, 99 

Spradlin, Michael J. 300 

Springelmeyer, Mitch 110 

Springs, English 165 

Sproles, Kevin A. 325 

Sprouse, Lori S. 290 

Spurr, Nathaniel C. 325 

Squires, Beverly A. 325 

Squires, Stephen R. 273 

St, John, Melissa 148, 192 

St. Louis, Matt 182 

St, Louis, Scott 182 
Stackhouse, Autumn L. 325 

Stafford, Ginny 152.300 

Stafford, Tommy 147 

Stall, Laura 198,325 

Stallings. Cindy N. 325 

Standi, Brad D. 273 

Stanford, Matthew 200 

Stanley, Angela Y. 273 

Stanley, Daryl J. 290 

Stanton, Daniel R. 300 

Staples, Jennifer K. 273 

Staples, Johnny T. 290 

Starkey, Meredith L. 140, 325 

Starling, Robert C. 325 

Stasiowski, Sheryl 186,300 

Staton, Thomas D. 290 

Stechauner, Kerri 148 

Steele, Marshall 202 

Steele, Wendy L. 152,325 

Steen, Dana 186 

Steer, Andrea 158, 159, 290 

Steer, Julie M. 273 

Stefanides, Aaron 172 

Steinhilber, Darren 206, 273 

Stephens, Ananda 300 

Stephens, Edric 146 

Stephens, Joseph J. 325 

Stephens, P. Chad 274 

Sterling. Clare L. 142, 143, 

191, 274 

Stertz, Wendy 158 

Stevens, Jeff 147 

Stevens, Judon L. 325 

Stevenson, Kathryn 152, 300 

Stevenson, Kristen 140,325 

Stever, Jason 173 

Steward, Melynda 274, 336, 

337, 375, 377 

Stewart, Amanda L. 325 

Stewart. Dane 199 

Stewart, Patrick 172 

Stewart. Steven 200 

Stewart. Timothy D. 325 

Slice, Shely D. 274 

Stillwagon, Kelly 162, 163, 

274 

Stillwell, John 197,274 

Stima, Daniel P. 300 

Stines, David M. 274 

Stinson, Andy 202 

Stipp, Peter D. 274 

Stith, Anthony 168 



Stith, Michael Anthony Jr. 290 

Stith, Michelle 160 

Stocker, Melonie L. 325 
Stogner, Pam 160,161,191 

Stokely, Kevin M. 325 

Stokes, Greer 208, 274 

Stokes, Kelli L. 326 

Stokes, Kenita 203 

Stoll, Bart 200 

Stone, Andrea J. 326 

Stone, Catherine 186, 187 

Stone, David A. 326 

Stone, Patrick T. 274 

Stoney. George 92 

Storck, Jonathan B. 326 

Storey, Holly L. 300 

Stork, Bill 172, 173 

Story, Catherine 188,189 

Story, Liz 148 

Stovall, Lindsay 152 

Stowe, Brandon M. 200, 326 

Strange, Catherine 152 

Stratos, Genevieve 148 

Strauss, Eric 177 

Straw, Alison L. 326 

Strickland, Heather 154, 274 

Strickland, Leah B. 274 

Stroman, Paul 274 

Strong, Darcy 160, 161 

Strong, Davey E, 274 

Strong, Travis 207 

Stroud, Les 274 

Struby, Neil A. 169,326 

Stubbs, Jennifer L. 326 

Stublick, Jennifer L. 199, 290 

Stuckey, Jefferson 274 

Stuckey, Jennifer R. 300 

Student Government 60 

Student Life 6, 7 
Student Organizations Day 60 

Study Abroad 82, 83 

Stukes, James E. 290 

Stumphouse Tunnel 84 

Stumpo, Karia M. 274 

Sturgis, Allison P. 165,274 

Sturm, Jennifer S. 274 
Sturmfelz. Mandy B.148, 149, 

290 

Sturn, Jenny 154 

Sturtevant, Leslie 152,300 

Stutts, Brad 177, 190 
Suber, Brian 198,374,375, 

377 

Suber, Frank T. 326 

Suber, Gwynn 166 

Suber, Heyward 199 

Subway 50 

Sudduth, Sean L. 326 

Suehle, Scott 183 

Sullivan, Courtney 142 

Sullivan, Erin 162, 163 

Sullivan, Farrah L. 186,326 

Sullivan, Meca 151 

Sullivan, Michaela 197 

Sullivan, Nekita J. 274 

Sullivan, Richard L. 274 

Sullivan, Ryan 177 

Sullivan, Steve 201,203 

Sulzen, Mary R. 274 

Summerour, Patrick 150, 326 

Summers, Jason 178 
Summey, Matthew R. 290 

Summey, Ryan 168 

Sumter, Julia F. 290 

Suppinger, Rachel 142 
Sutherland, C. Taylor 274 

Sutherland, Jane 199,205 



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355 



Sutherland, Rissy 140 

Sutter. Stephanie 140 

Swann, Ted 197 

Swanson, Cheree 142 

Swanson, Leslianne 326 

Swanson, Mark 202 

Swanson, Nancy L. 186, 326 
Sweeney, James N. 326 

Sweeney, Tiffany 300 

Swenson, Darien A. 326 

Swicord, Julie 186,187,196, 

274 
Swimming 128, 129, 130, 131 
Swingle, Meagan M. 154, 326 
Swink, Nevitte 152, 153, 191, 

192, 197, 274 
Swint, Kimberly M. 300 

Switzer, Jeff D. 206, 274 

Sydow, Stephen N. 326 

Szczesny, Jill 160 

Szklennik, Jeffrey M. 275 
Szubski, Melanie 160,326 




326 
154 
275 
160 
326 
326 
275 
140 



Tait, Brian G. 

Talbert, Jackie 

Talbert, Michael A 

Talchik, Susie 

Tallant, Jamie L, 

Tallier, Richard L. 

Taner, Ozan 

Tapp, Jennifer 

TAPS 80, 81, 198, 374, 375 

376, 377 
Taraska, Sara L, 
Taraska, Sarah 
Tarr, Paige 
Tate, Jean A. 
Tate, Jennifer L. 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Tavares, Larissa 
Tavlbee, Kimberly M 
Taylor, Alan L. 
Taylor, Catherine 



275 
199 
140 
275 
300 
183 
207 
300 
290 
186, 300 



Taylor, Christopher M. 326 

Taylor, Fredrick M. 326 

Taylor, Heather N. 326 

Taylor, James N. 275 

Taylor, Jason E. 326 

Taylor, Jason P. 326 

Taylor, Joel 300 

Taylor, Kathryn 142 

Taylor, Katie 205 

Taylor, Kimberly E. 166,275 

Taylor, Margaret R, 326 

Taylor, Mark 150 

Taylor, Melissa 160, 161, 275 

Taylor, Michael J. 326 

Taylor, Nicki L. 326 

Taylor, Otis R. 326 

Taylor, Raymond J, 172, 290 

Taylor, Rick 300 



Taylor, Robin C. 275 

Taylor, Scott P. 300 

Taylor, Stan 1 50 

ID'S 50 

league. Shannon K. 166. 275 
Teer, Marguerite K. 326 

Television 44, 45 

Templeton, Brandon 174, 300 
Tennis 110,111,112 
Terry, Mollie 
Terry, Tiel 
Terry, Will R. 
Tesi. Laura A. 
Testerman. Chip 
Testerman. Howard 
Teten, Ryan L. 
Tettemer, Kristen M. 
Thames, Tara L. 
Thatcher, Laura 
Thayer, Jeffrey R. 
The Astro 
The Coffee House 
The Illusion 
Theiling, Alexis 
Theiling, Melinda 

275 
Theta Chi 
Thieke, Michelle 
Thigpen, Regina I. 
Thigpen, Valerie R 
Thomas, Adam J. 
Thomas, Blake 



113 

158 

142 

300 

275 

170 

326 

326 

275 

326 

326 

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184 
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275 
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Thomas, Bryan 200, 208, 375 
Thomas. Bryan W. 275 
Thomas, Clay 206 
Thomas, Erica L. 275 
Thomas, Felicia D. 275 
Thomas, James P. 275 
Thomas, Karin G. 290 
Thomas, Katheryn J. 327 
Thomas, Kimberly 300 
Thomason, Jason E. 275 
Thomason, Susan E.I 54, 275 
275 
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275 
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200 
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290 
275 
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204 
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275 
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327 
327 
327 
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300 

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207 

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Thomason, Traci D. 
Thome, Eric D. 
Thompson, Amy J. 
Thompson, Christy 
Thompson, Eric 
Thompson, Jason 

275 
Thompson, Jason E 
Thompson, Jill L. 
Thompson, Lilly 
Thompson, Margaret 
Thompson, Michael S. 
Thompson, Natarsha L. 
Thompson, Sandra E. 
Thompson, Shanna L. 
Thompson, Shannon P. 
Thompson, Shawnna M 
Thompson, Susan H. 

300 
Thompson, Tekeya R. 
Thompson, Tracy S. 
Thompson, Troy M. 
Thomson, B. Foster 
Thomson, Heather R. 
Thomson, Lauren 
Thornhill, Ty 
Thornton, Davic 
Thorton, Brandie 
Thrailkill, Margaret 
Threatt, Adrian M. 
Thrift, Jason R. 
Thurman, Joseph C. 
Thurmond, Strom 
Thursday Night hot spots 

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50 
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276 
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327 
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327 
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290 
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140 



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Tidwell, Angela K. 275 

Tidwell. T. Danielle 290 

Tiger. The 80,81.198 

Tiger Band 8 

Tiger Cub Club 

Tiger Town Tavern 

Tigerama 

Tillman, James E. 

Timmerman, Charleen 

Timmerman, Kimberly A 

Timmons. Chnstopher 

Tindall. Brian M. 

Tingle, Jonathan B. 

Tippett, Brooks G. 

Tipton, Mark 

Tirri, Angela 

Tisdel, Stephen G. 

Tishler, Amy 

Title Page 

Tobon, Elizabeth 

Todd, Amanda E. 

Todd. Jeffrey S. 

Todd, Jill M. 

Todd, Lee 

Todd, Meredith 

Todd, Mike 

Todd, Rachel E. 

Todd, Suzanne 

Tofaute. Jeff 

Tofel, Jason J. 

Toke, Jeff M. 

Toland, Dawn Y. 

Tollison, Vicki R. 

Tolsma, Debra L. 

Tolsma, Kimberly A 

Tomlinson, Kristin 

Tompkins, Michelle 

Tompson, Caroline 

Tooke, Amy 162, 163 

Tootle, Keneth L. 

Torielli, Joel 

Torr, Jennifer 

Torres, Jennifer 

Tortora, Scott 

Touchstone, Chris 

Touchstone, Ricky 

Toulbee, Kimberley 

Towne, Charles R. 

Townsend, Alicia A. 

Townsend, Deedee 

Townsend, James L 

Townsend, Reid 

Townsend, Rob 

Tozier, Ryan 

Track 

Tracy, Sara E. 

Tran, Chau B. 

Travis, Amanda 

Trawick, Kathryn L. 

Traywick, Mary J. 

Traywick, Sally W. 

Trepanier, Annie 

Trescott, Scott 

Tretola, Anne-Lise 

Trezona, Russ 

Tripp, Bhan 

Troha, Kris 

Tropea, Jennifer L. 

Trotter, Melora J. 

Trout, Bradley L. 

Truesdale, Rebekah 160 

Trussell, Philip E. 

Tse, Tom C. 

Tubbs, Brad O. 

Tucker, Brandon L. 

Tucker, Michael S. 

Tucker, Shaunda 

Tuition 



206. 



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276 
327 
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327 
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290 
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Tumblin. David K. 
Turner. Anitra 
Turner. Christopher 
Turner. Clif 
Turner. Curt L. 
Turner, Elizabeth P. 
Turner, Joe 
Turner, Kim 
Turner, Lon 
Turner, Mike 
Turner, S. Lamar 
Turner, Scott 
Turner. William C. 
Turpm. Bill 
Turtle. Frances S. 
Tyler, Caroline 
Tyler, Layla A. 
Tyler. Maura C. 
Tyndall, Mark 
Tyner. Joel O. 
Tyner. Stephanie 
Tyson, Pilar G. 



276 

142 

D. 327 

174. 175 

327 

276 

36 

140, 327 
140 
172 
276 
197 
276 
206 
301 

158. 159 
327 
276 

208, 276 
327 

199. 327 
276 




Ulinski. Seth 172 

Underwood, Keith D. 276 
University Guide Association 

60. 209 

Upp. James 206 

Upton, Jeffrey O. 327 

Urban, Charity B. 327 

Urgefug, Donald 145 

Usher, Chris 190 

Utheim, Stacey L. 327 

Uva, Robert J. 327 




Vance, KariE. 160.301 

Vandenberg, Brittany 152, 

327 

Vanderbrook, Melissa 148 

VanderVeen, Kelly M. 327 

VanDuzer, Sarah 152. 153, 

197. 276 

Vandyke, Chris 200 

VanDyke, Emily L 276 

Vansant, Christy L. 276 

Varadi, Mark B. 301 

Varcho, Kelly 166 

Vardy, Jack 207 

Varnado, Jason 197 

Varner, Brett S. 290 

Vaugh, Amy 186 

Vaughan, Robert A. 276 



Vaughan. William B. 290 

Vaughn, Rocky 276 

Vaughters, Claire 160, 161, 

276 
Velado, Carlos L. 327 

Venable, Joe E. 276 

Venters, Casey 200 

Vereen, Vincent 203,204, 

277 
Vernon, Ashley L. 301 

Vestal. Emily 186.301 

Vestal. Lora 186. 187. 192 
Veterans' Day Memorial 224, 

225 
Vey, Meredith 140 

Vicars, Jennifer E. 327 

Vien. Sheri Lyn 166 

Viens. Sherre Lin 277 

Vieser, Elizabeth G. 277 

Villani. Tony 147 

Villarreal, LilaT. 277 

Villeponteaux. Heather 142 
Villeponteaux. Heather R.301 
Villiger. Brett M. 277 

Vincent. Marni R. 142, 290 
Vincent, Shawn 178 

Vinson. Howard B. 328 

Vinson. Phillip M, 290 

Visser. Laura L. 290 

Voelker, Richard M. 277 

Vogel. Jennie 148 

Volleyball 132, 133 

Von, John P, Ins 328 




Waddell, Dunnovan 200. 328 

Wadford. Julie A. 328 

Wagers. Jason H. 328 

Wagner, Bnan C. 277 

Wagner, J. J. 148 

Wahler, Andrea 142 

Waigand, Gregg 176 

Waites. Stephanie 154,301 

Walcher, Karen A. 290 

Waldron, Victoria L. 277 

Waldrop, Mike 174, 175 

Waldrop, Paige M. 301 

Walker, Alfreada 151 

Walker, Angela L, 290 

Walker, Chad 168 

Walker, Chris 183 

Walker, Dave 147 

Walker, Heather R. 206, 277 

Walker, Kennan 178, 179 

Walker, Robert B. 328 

Walker, Sally R 328 

Walker, Tyrone 198, 330, 331, 

374, 375, 377 

Wall, Kemp B. 290 

Wall, Melanie L. 328 

Wallace, Dernck B. 277 

Wallace, Scott 147 

Walling, George 200 

Wallwork, David A 277 

Walsh, Phil 182 

Walters, Matthew 182,277 



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Walters, Tara L. 328 

Walters-Steele, Julie 375, 377 
Walzak, Michael H. 169, 277 



Wander, Brian C. 
Ward, Bruce S. 
Ward. Carol 
Ward, Christina M. 
Ward, Jennifer 
Ward, Jeremy 
Ward, Joel A. 

Josh 

Leigh 

Meredith J. 



Ward 
Ward 
Ward 
Ward 



290 
290 
92 
328 
328 
170 
277 
168 
277 
290 



Tripp 174,175,277 



Wardlaw, Chanell N. 328 

Wardlaw, Wendy 158,159, 

277 
Warlick, Jordan E. 301 

Warmath, Sarah Z. 277 

Warner, Bret A. 328 

Warren, Arron 150 

Warren, Beth 186,187 

Warren, Elizabeth R. 277 

Warren, Meredith H. 160,301 
Warren, Michael 170 

Washburne, Barrett F. 328 
Washington, Cheney R. 301 
Washington, Krista C. 277 
Washington, LaShondra T. 

301 
Washington, Lenee 151, 205 
Washington, Rhonda 196 
Washington, Sharee 196 

Washington, Travis B. 277 
Wasilnak, Jill 162,163,277 
Wasmund, Matthew P. 277 



Waters, John M. 
Waters, Travis D. 
Watkins, Shea 
Watrous, Dave S. 
Watson, David 



328 
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328 
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Watson, Derek R 
Watson, Eric W. 
Watson, Jamie D 
Watson, Jana 
Watson, Josh 
Watson, Lara B. 

Watson, Lavondilyn 208 

Watson, Lisa T. 328 

Watson, Melissa M. 301 

Watson, Meredith 142 

Watson, Patrick E. 328 

Watson, Rush 172, 173 

Watson, Sondra L. 277 

Watts, Allison 142 

Watts, Becky J. 301 

Way, T.J. 169,190 

Wease, Matt 174, 175 

Weatherly, Carrie M. 301 

Weathers, Ashley 290 
Weathers, Wallace P. 328 
Weathers, William F. 328 

Weaver, Jason 183,328 

Weaver, Jay T. 277 

Weavil, Brucie 152 

Webb, Emily R. 328 

Webb, Heather A. 301 

Webb, Mark 178 

Webb, Omn K. 277 

Webb, William A. 291 

Weber, Addie E. 328 

Weber, Angela 205 

Webster, Danielle 186 

Webster, Robin 165 

Weiland, Mark 169 

Weinert, Richard 328 

Weinig, Eric 150 
Weitz, June 158,159,278 



201, 



Wei, Wendy 
Welborn, Michael K. 
Welling, David A. 
Wellington, Patrick T 
Wells, David 
Wells, Kirby 
Wells, Kirby T. 
Wells, Matt 
Welsch, Nelly 
Welsh, Lee 
Welsh, Nelly F. 
Wentworth, Bryce 
Wentworth, Davy 
Werner, Justin R. 
Werts, Stacey 
West, Colleen C. 
West, Kevin 
West, Robin L, 
West, Stephen 
West, Steven 
West, Tommy 
Westbury, Caria L. 
Westbury, Ginger E. 
Westerberg, Stephanie 
Westmoreland, Heather 



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301 
328 
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168 
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278 
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197 
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Wickersty, Kelly A. 329 

Widenhoeft, Charles R. 278 
Widman, Heather 142, 143, 
197 



Windt, Eric C. 279 

Wingard, Joseph N. 291 

Wingfield, Maureen 160, 291 



Westmoreland, Joseph A. 278 

Westnedge, Jamie 178 

Whalen, Sally 160, 161 

Whaley, Benjamin S. 328 

Wharton, Jennifer 207 

Wharton, Julie A. 328 

Wheeler, Jeffrey R. 156,278 

Wheeler, Louise G. 328 

Wheeler, Mea D. 328 

Wheeler, Meghann 188 

Wheeler, Tanya L. 328 

Wheeler, Tony 134 

Whelan, Holly 152 

Whetstone, Alison 162, 163, 

278 
Whetzell, John 



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taker, Allison M. 
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te, Angela 
te, Anna 
te. Carlo 
te, Chanle' 
te, Curtis 
te, Jen 

te, Jonathan S. 
te, Karen 
te, Kristen H. 
te, Mike 
te, Scott 
te, Shane 
te, Shelley L. 
te, Susan 
te, Terri 
te, Vanessa A. 
tehead, David E 
tehurst, Chris 
teley, Holly J. 

278 
teley, Zane 
tener, Ben 
tenight, Jen 
tley, Kershaw E. 
tlock, Kim A. 
tlock, Wendy J. 
tman, Shawn B. 
tmire, Andrew A. 
tmire, Claudia N. 
tmore, April D. 
ttington, Daniel F 



Wichmann, Laura J. 



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etecha. Amy K. 
ght, Emily C. 
ker. Dirk 
Ibanks, Jill H. 
Iber, Kathlena N. 
Iburn, Kelly 
les, Ashley 
ley, Heather Y. 
Ikes, Allison 
Ikes, Todd 
Ikins, Bill 
Ikins, Meg P. 
Iks, Matthew 
Iks, Ryan J. 
Hams, Karen A. 
Iliams, Brad 
lliams, Brooks 
Iliams, Guy 
lliams, Jason T. 
Iliams, Jeanne 
lliams, Jennifer 
lliams, Kathryn E. 
lliams, Kathryn I. 
lliams, Katrina 
lliams, Kent P. 
lliams, Lee 
lliams, Lindsey A. 
lliams, Mark 
lliams, Mervin 
lliams, Ni-Kesha A. 
lliams, Ray A. 
lliams, Stacie 
lliams, Seth 
lliams, Shannan M. 
lliams, Shannon 
lliams, Stacie 
lliams, Steven E. 
lliams, Zachery 
lliamson, Ashley 
lliamson, Erin 
lliamson, Tonya 
llingham, Wendy L. 
His, Chris N. 
His, Kim 
His, Shannon L. 
His, Vickie L. 
His, Wendy L. 
lis, August 186 
lis, Heather 200 
Imoth, Richard A. 
Ison, Amanda B. 
Ison, Andre 
Ison, Elizabeth A. 
Ison, Eric M. 
Ison, Erica E. 
Ison, Grant 
Ison, Greg 
Ison, Jason D. 
Ison, John 
Ison, Kelly L. 
Ison, Kemp 
Ison, Ken 
Ison, Lauren 
Ison, Lindsay J. 
Ison, Pamela D. 
Ison, Rebecca 
Ison, Ronnie L. 
Ison, Sara E. 
Ison, Travis 
Ison, Virginia L. 
nburn, Andy 
ndham, Shane C. 
ndsor, Wendy J. 



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Winkels, Katie A. 
Winn, Rebecca 148, 149 
Winningham, Valerie A. 
Winski, Todd 
Winstead, Erin S. 
Winstead, Jason P. 
Wise, Elizabeth L. 
Wisemiller, Sara T. 
Wisenbaker, Matthew E. 
Wisler, Jackie 162 
Withers, Andrea 
Withers, Patrick R. 
Witherspoon, Ellen 
Witmer, Thomas D. 
Wofford, Brian T. 
Wolf, Nathan E. 
Wolfe, Brantlie 
Wolfe, Dave 
Wolff, Suzanne L. 
Wolff, Todd 
Wolfrey, Kevin S. 
Women's Lacrosse 
Wood, Allen 
Wood, D. Guy 
Wood, W. David 
Woodall, Jennifer 

301 
Woodruff, Ryan 
Woods, Chris 
Woods, Dawn 
Woods, Jennifer D. 
Woods, John 
Woodsen, Kari 
Woodward, Brandon L 
Woodward, Forest 
Wooten, Marian 
Worden, Jill 
Work Study 
Worley, John G. 
Worley, Kendra P 
Wrenn, Naikia 
Wrenn, Tillia 
Wright, Eric K. 
Wright, James Nathan 
Wright, Jennifer L. 
Wright, Matthew 
Wright, Pledge 
Wright, Rob 
Wnght, Tracy 
Wnght, Walter B. 
Wright, Zachary 
WSBF, FM Radio 80, 81 
Wuenthrich, Jill R. 
Wutsch, Melissa 
Wyatl, Antwuan 
Wyatt, Christopher S. 
Wyatt, Keely 
Wyche, Madison B. 
Wylie, Benjamin H. 



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Yanek, Kristin 142, 


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Yarborough, Jenny G. 


301 


Yarmal, William P. 




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Yeager, Doug 178, 


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Yeargin, Summer 


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Yeargin, Tara 




202 


Yentzer, Laura J. 


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Yert, Jason C. 


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Yonce, Amy 




291 


Yonce, David A. 




291 


York, Suzanne 




158 


York, William D. 




329 


Youell, Nathan T. 




329 


Young, Bryan 




168 


Young, Carlin H. 




329 


Young, Chad 190 


197 


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Young, Grant L. 




291 


Young, Jeffrey R. 




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Young, Jennifer 188, 189, 279 
Young, Laura M. 301 

Young, Lori 154,155,291 
Young, Mark 174 

Young, Randall 202 

Young, Sam C. 329 

Young, Thpp 174 

Young, Wendi E. 279 

Young Democrats 60 

Younginer, Mary Carol 152, 

153, 279 
Yount, Thomas C. 329 

Yuhas, Keith D. 178,279 

Yundt, Bethany 186, 187,279 
Yurcaba, Ryan A. 156,329 




Zaffuto, Michael T 
Zelasko, Ed 
Zeta Phi Beta 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Ziemer, Sara 
Zier, Jennifer 
Zimmerman, Kim 
Zippiroli, Tara 
Zola, Jarred 
Zygar, Kristin 



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Best Wishes to the 

Graduating Class 

of 1996 



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P.O. Box 689 

Aiken, SC 29801 
(803) 641-9200 





CLEMSON 



UNIVERSITY 

BOOKSTORE 

Congratulations to the Class of 1996! 
Come Back to See Us When Vou Visit. 




A Southern Tradition 
for Generations 



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The C F Sauer Company 
Richmond, Virginia 



O'BRIEN QUICK CHANGE PARTITIONS 

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OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE 

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P.O. Box 446 

Greenville, SC 29602 

(864) 235-7449 

Fax (864) 271-3943 



CP&L 



Carolina Power & Light 



Founded In 1 908. Carolina Power &. Light company provides elecoic 
power to approxlrrwitely one million customers In eastern and western 
North Carolina and centr^d South Carolina. Headquartered In Raleigh. 
North Carolina, we serve a 30,000 square-mile territory with a popula- 
tion of more than 3.5 nollllon. Our service area lies largely In the coastal 
plains, although It Includes some piedmont and nrwuntaln sections. 

Our 16 power plants represent a flexible mix of (bssll, nuclear, and 
hydroelectric resources with a total generating capacity of 9.613 
megawatts. Major Industries In our service area Include textiles, 
chemicals, metals, p>aF>er, and electronic machinery and equipment. 

More than 8,000 employees work In CP6J.'s six division imd 52 business 
offices, at our coqporate headquarters, and at our 16 generating pl^mts 

Opportunities are av^Jl^d}le for engineers, technicians, and professionals 
In various fields. 

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avall^Lble for those with the appropriate education and exp>erience. 
Employnrvent at generating plants Is found In one of two general areas: 
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necessary to keep the equipment In condition to perform effectively and 
efficiently. Among the occupations represented at power plants are 
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Result Technicians, and Instrumentation and Control Technlcl^Lns. 

For Infomurtton About opportunities wttti CP&J., contact our 
Personnel Department at P.O. Box 1551, Raleigh, NC 27602. 

An equal opportunity /affirmative action employer 





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P.O. Box 4925 

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All the luck and success in the world to you trom SmithKllne 
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555 N. PLEL\SANTBURG DRIVE. SUITE 202 

GREENVILLE. SC 29607 

(803)271-9919 

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PC Box 2369 

Highway 93 

Easley, SC 29641 

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726 Wade Hampton Blvd. 

Greenville, SC 29609 

(800) 343-4887 




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Clemson, SC 29633 

(803) 654-3863 



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Specializing in Event & Group Photography 



PO. Box 

Clemson, SC 29632 
(803) 885-0036 




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203 Hayvfoed Road 

Greenville, SC 29606 

(803) 288-1742 



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Wilmington, NC Plant 

"Quality is the fiber of our business" 

Coming's facility in Wilmington, N.C. is among the 
world's largest optical-fiber manufacturing facilities. 
Optical fiber is the fastest-growing segment of Coming's 
diverse businesses. The company has invested heavily in 
developing the technology, and is committed to 
remaining the industry's leader in refining existing 
applications and discovering new ones. 

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Coming's Telecommunications Products Division. The 
company, with headquarters in Coming, N.Y., is widely 
known for four broad business sectors - Laboratory 
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Client Sender Technology^ 
Training Program 

Dun & [Jradstixt't Software Services, Inc., the recognized 
leader in applications software, is recruiting high 
potential candidates for their entry-level Career Develop- 
ment Progranx This program provides highly motivated 
individuals with the opportunity to gain a foundation for 
building a career in the data processing industry as a 
Systems Engineer involved in the development and 
support of chent server applications. Specific training will 
focus on client server technology to include SYBASE, 
POWERBUILDER, BUI, SQL, and Windows. Successful 
candidates must have an undergraduate or Master's 
degree (Computer Science, Information Systems, etc.) 
with some cour^>e work involving PC technology. Work 
experience with financial systems and /or workstation 
technology is a plus. 

Dun & IJradstrcft Software offers a ch;i!!cn)«in>* work 
environment, recognition for achieveinenl and a 
comprehensive salary and benefits package. Send your 
resume, In confidence, to Dun & IJnidslreet Software, 
3445 Peachtree Road, N.Iv., Atlanta, CA 30:52(3. Attn: 
KecrulUng. I'rindpals please. 

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Shedrick E. Williams Jr. 
Corporate Manager, 

EEO/College Recruitment 
Collins & Aikman Corporation 

(C & A — 150 years old) 
P.O. Box 32665 
Charlotte, NC 28232 

About the Organization: 

Company is a leader in its specialty mar- 
ket of)erations, Crom automotive products 
\Mth rigid specifications to fashionable 
upholstery, from wallcoverings to institu- 
tional carpeting, from tie linings to casket 
Imings C & A faces the demanding chal- 
lenge of fmding qualified minonlies and 
uomcn on the college campuses where it 
recruits. 

Majors Recruited: 

Manufacturing Technology/Engineering, 
Textile Chemistr>', Textile Management, 
Industrial Technology. 
How to Apply: 
Send resume to above address. < 




World technology leader in the design and manufacture of 

welding and cutting systems for industrial 

and commercial markets. 



Exciting career opportunities in: 

•Electrical Engineering 

•Mechanical Engineering 

•Manufacturing Engineering 



Excellent benefits and salary programs. 
Located near Myrtle BeachI 

For more information, please contact: 

ESAB WELDING & CUTTING PRODUCTS 

P.O. Box 100545 

Florence, SC 29501 

Attn: Human Resources - Engineering 



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Congratulates the Graduates 

Four Iiuis coiiveiiieiitly located iieai' tlie University 



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1 28 Interstate Blvd 

864-87.5-9800 

Hartwell 

941 Anderson Hwy 

700-376-7298 



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211 Dayton School Rd 

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864-888-8300 



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229 Binney Street 
Cambridge, MA 02142 
Phone; 800-333-2SUN 
6 17-49 1-0400 

Fax 617-491-7710 



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P.O. Th>n 71 
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731 ROSEWOOD DRIVE 
COLUMBIA SC 29201 



(803) 799-6863 
FAX (803i 256 3639 



The Pen 
Cycle Shop South 

Specializing In Harley Davidson & Triumph 

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A/o Sweat! 




When I took this job as Editor-in-Chief of TAPS last March, I 
really did not know what I was getting myself into. I knew that it was 
going to be lots of hard work and would take up lots of my time, but 
I never realized that I would learn as much in one year as I have. I 
also never realized how rewarding a job like this can be. 

To all of you Editors out there, I tip my hat to you. I wish you all 
the best of luck and advise you to have fun during your year as 
Editor. There are going to be problems, but they can all be solved; 
so do not let them get you down. Also, do not try to do the entire 
book all by yourself, you will go crazy if you do! 

My year as Editor-in-Chief has taught me a lot about the real 
world. I learned about negotiating contracts, working with people, 
and lots of things about people and their personalities. I have 

learned how to handle my responsibility and at times others responsibilities. I know that these and 
other things that I learned as Editor will be beneficial to me when I enter the work force. 

During my term as Editor, I did a lot of fun things that I would have never been able to do if I were 
not on TAPS . This year, I traveled to Washington, D.C. to the Associated Collegiate Press 
Conference, toured Jostens publication plant in Winston Salem, North Carolina, and even got to 
interview President Curris. I really have changed as a person over the past year. I feel that after 
having this job, I can handle almost anything. 

I believe that the theme "Winds of Change" was perfect for this year's book. So very much has 
changed around Clemson this past year and this 86th volume of TAPS did an excellent job of 
reporting that change. From the changing of the university logo, to the building of Clemson's new 
golf course, Clemson continues to change and grow every year. 

As I conclude, I cannot believe that my term as Editor has already come to an end. It seems 
like just yesterday that I called my parents to tell them that I was the new Editor. Now here I am 
packing my personal items and getting ready to walk out of Suite 902 of the union for the last time. 
While I cannot say that I am going to miss deadline weekends and the stress of pages going in late, 
I can say that I leave this job with many fond memories and wonderful learning experiences. 

To next years staff, good luck and God Bless. 

Sincerely, 



Mathew Matheson Demetriades 




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The Staff 



I would like to thank the following people for 
nnaking this year a sucessful one: 

Caria Lapsley and Michelle Kelly: Thank you for 
assigning stories and seeing that they were written. I 
really appreciate all of your help. Michelle: Thanks for 
helping with all the scanning and putting the pages 
together on our deadline weekends. 

Angel Charpia and Brian Suber: Please 
remember that "in the interest of public health and welfare, smoking is prohibited in the Editor's office, unless 
it is a cigar being smoked by the Editor." 

Larry Lee: Every yearbook staff should have a Head Designer like you. You really were a lifesaver. 
Thanks for answering all of my questions and helping out on deadline weekends. 

Jennifer Bozard: Thanks for helping with the Christmas Mailouts over your Thanksgiving break. Run 
for a senior staff job next year! 

Emily McDaniel: Thank you for the last minute stories for the January deadline. They helped out a 
lot! 

Tyrone Walker: Your pictures were very good. Thanks for finally getting them all to us. Ryan Linn: 
Thanks for all your pictures. TAPS will be lucky to have you as a photographer in the future. Summer Yeargin: 
One day we will have to race each other in our Hondas. 

John Kwist and Erin Hyman: Thanks for all your help as Copy Editors. John: Opening and closing 
sound excellent. Hope you are enjoying your semester in Europe! 

Jenna Baker: I enjoyed working with you this year! Thanks for helping out on deadline weekend and 
for baking cookies. They were great! Amanda Ellington: Thanks for all of your stories. You are a great writer 
and TAPS was lucky to have you on staff this year. 

Adam Goetz: Thank you for calling me when I had been at the office all day long and reminding me 
that it was probably time to leave. I guess that I did get too carried away in my work up here. 

Melynda Steward: I enjoyed our conversations in the TAPS office. Also, thank you for working on the 
index ,and thank you for the dinner first semester. It was delicious. 

Julie Walters-Steele: A great yearbook could not be produced without a great advisor. Thank you for 
ajj of your help; I have enjoyed working with you. Susan Eller: Thanks for keeping TAPS finances in order. 

I always looked forward to going to your office and listening to 
country music with you. Kathy Benjamin: Thank you for 
helping TAPS with the fund-raising. I think it will be very 
beneficial in the future. Mandy Hayes: It was always great to 
see you when I went down to Julie or Susan's office. Thanks 
for helping me getthe addressesforthe sororities and fraternities. 
Last but not least, thanks and love to my parents 
(George and Charlotte) and brothers (Charles and George) 
who supported me every step of the way 

Again, best of luck to the 1 996-1 997 TAPS staff! 




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Remembering Howard's Rock 

^/ By Mike McCombs 

"With the death of Frank Howard, I have lost a invited to the Gator Bowl. After winning his first three 

good friend and Clemson University has lost one of its bowls by a combined total of five points, Howard said, 

institutions," said Sen. Strom Thurmond, R-S.C, a "We humiliated all three of them." 

Clemson graduate. "I know that Tiger fans throughout HewastheACC'sCoach-of-the-Yearin 1958and 

South Carolina are mourning the loss of the man who 1 966. HisTigerteams won fiveACC titles (1 956, 1 958, 

was synonymous not only with Clemson football, but 1 959, 1 966, 1 967) and tied for the championship 

with Clemson athletics." another year (1 965). Howard earned his 1 00th victory 

These thoughts were echoed by many in early over North Carolina in 1 959 and won his 1 50th game 

February, when Clemson University's all-time in 1966 against Maryland. He retired with a record of 

winningest football coach passed away 1 65-1 1 8-1 2 after 30 years as Clemson's head coach. 

Howard officially retired from the Clemson Howard's record however, is not what he is best 

payroll on June 30, 1974, but he maintained his known for. He's best known for a rock that was given 

office in the Jervey Athletic Center until his death, to him by a friend, who picked it up in Death Valley 

Howard had retired as head football coach on California. 

December 10, 1969, but remained Athletic Director "It was lying around the office for about three 

until February 4, 1 971 , when he was named the years, and I was tired of looking at it," said Howard, 

assistant to the Vice President of Student Affairs. When Howard instructed IPTAYexecutivedirector 

He held this position until his retirement. Gene Willimon to get rid of the rock, Willimon had it 

Howard's first job at Clemscn was as a line mounted on a pedestal atthe top ofthe hill on Sept. 24, 

coach under Jess Neely. 1 966. Clemson beat Virginia 40-35 that day. The first 

"I also coached track, was ticket manager, time the team rubbed the rock was prior to the 1 967 

recruited players and had charge of the football season opener against Wake Forest. The Tigers 

equipment," said Howard. "In my spare time I cut cruised to a 23-6 victory. 

the grass, lined tennis courts and operated the "I saw it and said I'll have a little fun out of this," said 

Canteen while the regular man was out to lunch." Howard. "I told those football players, when you go 

Howard was also the baseball coach in 1 943. His down in the Valley all of you going to give 1 1 percent 

12-3 record is still the best winning percentage for a can rub my rock. If you're notgoingtogivellOpercent, 

season in Clemson history. When Neely left to coach keep you're filthy hands off of my rock." 

Rice University, Howard was recommended to succeed After his retirement, the Board of Trustees named 

him. When the discussion was held to determine the playing field of Memorial Stadium, which he helped 

whether or not he would be hired, Howard seconded construct, Frank Howard Field, 

his own nomination. "Frank Howard was the personification of the 

He signed a one year contract in 1 940, but lost college football coach," said Sen. Thurmond. "He was 

the document after about three months. He never a man who was committed to good, hard fair play and 

had another contract in his 43 years of service to he was a positive influence on the literally thousands 

the University. When he finally retired in 1969, he ofyoung men who played ball forhim. While I know his 

was the nation's dean of coaches and one of only wife Ruth must be saddened by the death of Frank, 

five coaches with 150 or more victories. she can take solace in knowing that Frank Howard will 

He was named the Southern Conference Coach- forever be remembered and loved by the people of our 

of-the-Year in 1948 when he went 10-0 and was state." 

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ri I ^ of this book vary greatly, yet there still 

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f Its way throughout the pictures and the text. The 

I ^analogy of thatthread to the life of Clemson University is stunning. 
Even though Clemson changes from decade to decade, year to 
year, and day to day, there is still a strong sense pf the taproot 
that is necessary for each dynamic. The winds of change haye 
pointed the weather vane towards a new direction; tha^twenty- 
^^ Jlrst centyry. Yet with ttiat movement, TAPS allows us toj^oork bas^lc 
^t. -|pd/ on whkt:§ot^k^^ here in the first pla^: Ihk^ns 

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epiphany during a lecture. These moments have been captured, 
and they will remain in our hearts even as the warm currents of 
wind buffet us into the future. TAPS serves as a reminder of where 
we have been, only in the hopes that it will show us the path of 
where we are going. Nestled on the cusp of the Blue Ridge, 
"Clemson projects her presence to the world! This is the thread, 
the taproot, the wind that binds us to that common;purpose: a 
WverfaTit with the students, faculty, staff, and alulrini that cannot 
be brolcen; a covenant that embraces the winds of change, and 
i^cs.^H Of us to ride them out to tKelr fullest/ ^mbrace^h^^h a ^l 
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The 86^*" volume of TAPS has a nine by twelve inch trim size and contains a total of 384 
pages. The papo" stock was 80 pound Dull Quintessence manufactured by Northwest 
Paper Company The cost of the book was $30 during registration, $32 afterwards. 4430 
books were printed. Production: TAPS was produced using five computers: one 
PowerMac 7500, one Macintosh Quadra 800. tu'o Macintosh II, and one Macintosh Ilex. 
Aldus PageMakei^ 5.0a was used to develop the pages. Graphic images were produced 
on Aldus Freehand'' 4.0, Adobe Photoshop* 2.5.1 and 3.0, and Applescan® 1.0.2 using an 
Apple flatbed scanner or a Nikon Coolscan slide scanner. A Varityper VT-600W printer 
and a Unity 1800XL-O typesetter produced proofing pages prior to printing. Pages were 
submitted on 35 inch 1.44 megabyte floppy diskettes, 44 megabyte SyQuest removable 
hard drives using a Mass Microsystems DataCait Duet, 128 megabyte magneto optical 
di.sk.s using a Fujitsu DynoMO drive. Cover/Endsheets: The cover is #356 Royal 
Puiple while selected images were embossed. Grey ink #380 was used on selected 
elements while a Fox Fur grain and mb were applied to the coven The cover was 
designed by Mathew Demetriades with the assistance of Josten's artist Jet!" Reinhardt. 
Endsheets were produced on Jostens Pumice #267 with Pantone Puiple #5275. Type: 
Body copy was Helvetica 12pt. Captions were Helvetica bold lOpt. Most headings 
wereAdobe T)pe I and Type III typefaces. Printing: Jostens- Winston Salem was the 
printer of this book. Qaude Saleeby was the company representative; Monroe Tarver 
was the plant coasullant. Their address is: Jostens, 2505 Empire Drive, Post Oftlce Box 
5867, Winston-Salem. North Carolina 27103. Studio Photography: Candid Color 
Photogn^y took all of the individual portraits and a majorit)' of Greek and 
Organizational photographs. Their address Ls: Candid Color Photography 1 1010 Bacon 
Race Road Woodbridge, Virginia 22192. Advertising: Scholastic Advertising 
mariceted the advertisements in the index section. Their address is: Scholastic 
Advertising, 2371 Westridge Drive, Snellville, Georgia 30278. Photography and 
Printing: Except where noted, TAPS staft" members took the pictures coiitiuned in this 
book. Nikon F4. Nikon N90, andNikon 8(X)8S camens were ased. Color photographs 
were shot using 35mm Fuji Velvia and Provia. Black and white photography used 
Kodak T-.Max 100, 2(X) and 400 film. PNC film was used for color negatives. 
Developing film used Kodak chemicals. Scans were produced directly from film. No 
portion of this lm}k nm he repriKlmed, piMshed, or used in pnmmm wilhoul tlie 
written pennission of the Editor-h-Chiefor ihe Sliiden} Media Advisor. Vie contents of 
iks h(X)k do not necessarily rejJect the views of demon University Any questions or 
requests should be directed to: TAPS, Suite 902 Student Union, Post Oflice Box 2216, 
Clemson,SoutliCan)lina, 29632-2216. Phone: (803)656-2379. Fax: (803)65(>4O14. 



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